> > I'd like to have a clearer understanding of what the legal>
> 1. Register post office box (here in the UK) as the contact address of
> From there on my management role will end, as democratically speaking
But if your role would end, and you wouldn't be able to supervise,
who would handle the post then?
> 2. Contact all the member projects to make sure they have named a
Consider it a troll (again) but i have to say this:
>From a legal point of view, it's just a bunch of projects and companies
listed on a site, the domain is entirely in the hands of Daniel.
I just can't understand why there's a need for a virtual consortium under a
such attractive and useful domain.
An organisation should be the last step in promoting linuxaudio.
There are lots of issues which need to be solved before an organisation can be established.
And i fear that it will involve another mailing-list, what's worse, a private one.
The managment board mailing list.
As the software is open source itself, why is there any need for private mailinglists?
Is there anything we should hide?
> On the subject of subdomains, I think it's a good idea, but I am keen
> As for the domain name, I did register it myself and it currently has
> I don't want
Seems like all my words were worthless. I'd register it and redirect it to LAD (and LAU) homepage first.
Then i'd just pester Joern with the plans i have mentioned before.
Worst case scenario - it would end up pointing to LAD and LAU homepage.