[Osmf-talk] Draft New Corporate Membership Tiers
simon at poole.ch
Thu Apr 28 15:27:10 UTC 2016
Just to be clear, we answered over 200 inquiries to
legal-questions at osmfoundation.org in 2015 with a typical same day
response , the rare complicated questions which needed discussion or
similar naturally take longer, but that wouldn't change in any future
model. I'm fairly sure any paid service is going to be a LOT worse.
Am 28.04.2016 um 15:30 schrieb Tim Waters:
> In the Silver tier, members get a ticket to a business workshop, and
> in higher tiers they get tickets to a conference.
> Would the workshop be within the business conference, or is it meant
> to be the same thing?
> Is the business conference envisaged as being the business day at a
> SOTM, and as such also available for members of the public, or would
> it be private?
> Regarding the Legal Counsel - if corporate members pay for this
> service, would there be an expectation on the foundation to provide
> this as a perk or a paid service (e.g. 24 hours turnaround on an
> email, 1 telephone call per month etc). If so, is it imagined that
> there would be limits to both working group volunteers and how much
> money the foundation pays the lawyers. Do we think that it would
> increase or decrease the load on working group members if they have to
> answer more corporate legal queries, and have the expectation to
> deliver a quality level of product? Thinking further, could we have a
> situation where volunteers get income from the Foundation from
> answering corporate members enquiries?
> If it's not imagined to be a paid service, but rather, an additional
> feature of the Foundation, should it be available to non corporate
> members of the Foundation? As I'm sure many normal members would also
> like to be able to formally clarify one or two questions from time to
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