[olug-colo] The Legal Mumbo-Jumbo
dclough at gmail.com
Fri Apr 3 21:08:17 EDT 2009
Yes, and that's why I'm unsure that a nonprofit is really the best direction to go with this. If this gets to the point where we need full-time people to manage it, nonprofit status might complicate matters.
Since I'm working on articles, does someone want to write up a business plan?
From: Brian Roberson <roberson at bstc.net>
Date: Fri, 3 Apr 2009 20:04:27
To: Olug Community colo project<olug-colo at olug.org>
Subject: Re: [olug-colo] The Legal Mumbo-Jumbo
I will have input on just about everything, so you can put me down as
"Architect" ; or "Chief Propeller Head"
Before we get too far down the road of any contract signing and/or
Article creation, we need to all agree on a charter, aka Business
Plan. The up and down side here, is the fact that there is a
possibility of actually making money out of this, and we have to make
sure we are aware of the beneficiaries. I am all for philanthropy, but
I think everyone that puts in time should be duly compensated.
On Apr 3, 2009, at 7:40 PM, Phil Brutsche wrote:
> I'll have my hands in the network infrastructure.
> Luke-Jr wrote:
>> I don't really know how normal businesses work in the real world,
>> but what
>> about something where we have managers of specific areas. For
>> (assuming I'm alone in this area) I might be the OpenVZ manager,
>> and someone
>> else might be the Xen manager; someone would be the web design
>> manager, and so
> Phil Brutsche
> phil at brutsche.us
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