[ppml] Revision to 2008-3

Owen DeLong owen at delong.com
Thu Apr 3 00:01:34 EDT 2008

I don't think incorporation should be required, but, some set of  
which embody the idea that the organization is structured for the  
benefit of
the community and has non-exclusive membership based control of the
organization should be part of the policy in my opinion.


On Apr 3, 2008, at 10:52 AM, David Farmer wrote:

> I know a lot are not incorporated, hence the scenarios I brought up  
> in earlier
> emails.  In Seattle's instance who signes any contracts, like lets  
> say a an
> ARIN RSA for instance.  I was thinking another community based non- 
> profit
> that is incorporated could and maybe should take that role on behalf  
> of the
> Community Network.  I could maybe see an individual could do it.   
> But, I'm
> not sure I like the idea fo a for-profit company taking on that role.
> Do you have other ideas on how to deal with the issue?  Or am I  
> being just
> too midwestern about this kind of thing.
> On 3 Apr 2008 Randy Bush wrote:
>> many community networks are not incorporated.  e.g. seattle wireless,
>> maybe one of the oldest free wirless communities is not incorporated.
>> randy
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