[Osmf-talk] Corporate Membership: Response from SotM-WG
Milo van der Linden
milo at dogodigi.net
Mon May 30 20:46:12 UTC 2016
You could also directly connect it to the ammount donated. But maybe that
is a little to transparent.
2016-05-30 19:00 GMT+02:00 Oleksiy Muzalyev <oleksiy.muzalyev at bluewin.ch>:
> Hello Gregory,
> I read the response, and I would like just to make a technical remark.
> The metal Platinum was not known in antiquity. It was discovered in the
> 18th century by Antonio de Ulloa. Since 2015 Platinum is significantly
> cheaper than Gold, - just type in Google: "price of gold and platinum"
> (1214 USD vs. 979 USD). It was a historical shift.
> The are several fundamental reasons for that, - Platinum is not required
> for diesel engine catalytic converters in such quantities as before, as a
> technology changed, and Platinum is not too popular on the current major
> jewellery markets of China and India, and some other.
> Our civilization is built from metals, and people in many industries
> actually know the value of metals. In my opinion, the best way to avoid
> legal claims is not to offer contracts which conditions may be construed as
> Is this outdated metaphor the only one possible? Could it be say
> Ferdinand Magellan, Christopher Columbus, Vasco da Gama, James Cook
> levels? Or Hamlet, Village, Town, City, Metropolis levels? Or Startup,
> Business, Growth, Enterprise? English is one of the most vocabulary rich
> languages out there.
> Best regards,
> On 30/05/16 16:02, Gregory Marler wrote:
> Hello all,
> Recently the OSMF Board posted a proposal on corporate memberships and
> opened up consultation on it. Many of you have responded on this list (and
> I imagine off-list too).
> The State of the Map Working Group (SotM WG), which is a a group of
> volunteers organising OSMF's international conference(it's going to be
> fab), have also responded to the board's consultation.
> For those of you that would like to read our response, it is available
> online here:
> Hope to see many of you in Brussels,
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