[Osmf-talk] should OSMF AGM include time for discussion debate?

Martijn van Exel m at rtijn.org
Tue Sep 13 05:54:31 UTC 2011

That was the kind of position i was thinking about - not a management
position, more like a, let's say, administrative assistant.

On Mon, Sep 12, 2011 at 6:20 PM, Mikel Maron <mikel_maron at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> What I'm saying is: having a paid staff member can provide some
>> continuity and bearing. When you employ a paid staffer, you know that
>> at least one person can be relied upon to be on top of things. With an
>> all volunteer organization you by definition cannot.
> Then, if we agree on this, we might need a donation drive to support
> our finances in a solid way (i.e.: 25k GBP).
> Is this really what we're needing?
> I think we could stay on top of things better if someone was there to simply
> organize what we should stay on top of.
> Not someone in management or director staff position, but an admin kinda
> thing, who could to the things that are a chore, and don't require decision
> making
> ... keep notes at meetings and distribute, schedule meetings, keep the
> website in order, put together some simple documents, remind people of
> actionables.

martijn van exel

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