vince at macports.org
Sat Nov 13 16:56:56 UTC 2021
> On 13 Nov 2021, at 17:46, Mojca Miklavec <mojca at macports.org> wrote:
> I've been in favour of establishing a French non-profit org (1901).
> We've had one for more than 10 years and there's nearly no overhead.
> One needs a trustworthy representative person with an address in
> France, at least a president and an accountant (living anywhere in the
> world), the bylaws need to be written, but other than that it's super
> liberal and convenient.
If it serves, I can act as local representative. Besides, I’ve been ‘at the rudder’ of my former ham-radio association for almost ten years, so I know the ropes.
And no, you don’t need a president or an accountant. That’s what most people do, mostly because they believe it is compulsory, but it isn’t. You can setup a collegial leadership. The only requirement is to have someone accountable if the association goes astray (civil responsibility). But that someone can be someones :) I mean, in case of a collegial leadership, every member of the ‘head council’ would be equally accountable.
If you’re interested, I can develop a bit more.
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