[Foundation-l] Board resolutions (chapters)

Gerard Meijssen gerard.meijssen at gmail.com
Tue Jan 20 15:11:41 UTC 2009

At some stage you get used to it. Some people call the "language committee"
the "language sub-committee". This while the committee it should be a sub
off does not even exist any more.

While I do think that the New York sub chapter will do great things and will
even do better then some chapters, it does not represent a country. It will
not negotiate national commercial deals ... or will it ?

2009/1/20 Nathan <nawrich at gmail.com>

> Can we stop using the words "sub-chapter"? It implies something that
> doesn't
> exist - there are sub-national chapters, which is descriptive of their
> geographic coverage and nothing else. Sub-chapter seems to suggest some
> grouping less than a full chapter, or subordinate to a chapter, and that
> isn't the case. It appears that this has caused some confusion.
> Nathan
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