[Osmf-talk] Moving the OSMF to the EU?

Edward Bainton bainton.ete at gmail.com
Thu Jul 1 13:10:42 UTC 2021

Reply to me alone bounced to list at St Niklaas's request:

from: St Niklaas <st.niklaas at live.nl>
to: Edward Bainton <bainton.ete at gmail.com>
date: 1 Jul 2021, 13:51
subject: Re: [Osmf-talk] Moving the OSMF to the EU?

Hi all, is not it so that the OSM servers have been moved and grounded in
recent years to one country ?

What’s up against to move the board to the same country and location as
well, keeping an eye on the international trading capabilities.


On Thu, 1 Jul 2021 at 13:28, Edward Bainton <bainton.ete at gmail.com> wrote:

> Red rag to a bull, Frederik ;-)
> Here's my start, hosted on G**gle Drive (because that's all I know how to
> do)
> https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1XKRL_TY_W-yztAZJdpzWaJN-9A1_NUC4unWweeOpUjo/edit?usp=sharing
> Top row is what I think should be a serious consideration: a transnational
> EU co-op, which can move between EU jurisdictions with relative ease as
> conditions change.
> Second row, by way of illustration, is the status quo.
> Hope this helps; feedback welcome; consider it ODbL (if G**gle's licence
> prevents that, please feel free to move it somewhere else. Ideally not to
> the wiki, because editing tables comes with a learning curve)
> E
> On Thu, 1 Jul 2021 at 10:27, Frederik Ramm <frederik at remote.org> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> with all due respect, this discussion borders on the silly.
>> I'd say, whoever is willing to take the lead on this and spend serious
>> time researching and investigating, gets to choose. Don't be fooled,
>> this is a project that needs many man-months of volunteer time. If all
>> you have offer is ideas about how those who do the work should organise
>> themselves, maybe that's not the most pressing need right now.
>> Bye
>> Frederik
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