[Osmf-talk] OSMF Articles of Association - Discussion on Revision for 2013 AGM
Jaak Laineste (Nutiteq)
jaak at nutiteq.com
Fri Apr 19 17:48:30 UTC 2013
Just to clarify: would these non-Companies Act members be eligible to elect the board? If yes, then they would be just like normal members, so the Companies House could request the list, including all the details? If no, what would be the value of the membership?
On 19.04.2013, at 18:51, Simon Poole wrote:
> To make it clear with respect to the non-Companies Act membership we are
> not talking about making the list available to the general public for
> inspection, just to other members.
> This naturally doesn't help with Steves concern since it would
> obviously be easy to arrange for somebody to join and inspect the list
> on behalf of "big mapping company". While we don't want to exclude
> anybody from joining, I would personally not recommend doing so if it is
> really a critical issue for the person in question.
> Employees of big mapping companies that would consider it an issue being
> an OSMF member are not likely to be flocking in a big way to the OSMF,
> more of an issue are citizens and inhabitants of countries where mapping
> may be legally problematic and I don't think that we really can provide
> enough protection against national agencies of any kind (even with a
> secret list) and wouldn't want the responsibility either.
> All that said, in the end we are a normal membership organisation, not a
> church and at least in many countries I know, it would be considered as
> normal to know who the other members are.
> Am 19.04.2013 09:32, schrieb Rich:
>> On 04/19/2013 01:35 AM, Steve Coast wrote:
>>> Personally, for privacy reasons I disagree. My belief is that opt outs
>>> should exist in some way, for at least some data. For example, employees
>>> at major map companies may wish to keep their membership private from
>>> their employer.
>> i don't think i would renew my membership if real name policy would be
>> enforced. not that i'm terribly anonymous, but i'd still prefer to
>> keep some level of abstraction.
>>> On Apr 18, 2013, at 2:20 PM, Alex Barth <alex at mapbox.com
>>> <mailto:alex at mapbox.com>> wrote:
>>>> On Thu, Apr 18, 2013 at 2:54 AM, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org
>>>> <mailto:frederik at remote.org>> wrote:
>>>> I am *very* much in favour of making the current list of members
>>>> (of any membership class) available to all members *without* an
>>>> opt-out option; the list containing at least the full real name
>>>> but ideally also the E-Mail address.
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