[Osmf-talk] Moving the OSMF to the EU?
amanda at technomancy.org
Tue Jul 6 20:15:37 UTC 2021
Well, yeah in theory that should be taken in account, but that would probably only exclude countries which we would almost certainly exclude anyway (e.g. we're not going to set up in Eritrea or something)
On Tue, 22 Jun 2021 13:55 +02:00, Neil O'Byrne <neilweb1 at outlook.com> wrote:
> Should the nature of the judicial system and / or its independence be a
> deal breaker also?
> *From:* Craig Allan [mailto:allan at iafrica.com]
> *Sent:* Monday 21 June 2021 17:35
> *To:* Heather Leson <heatherleson at gmail.com>
> *Cc:* OSMF Talk <osmf-talk at openstreetmap.org>
> *Subject:* Re: [Osmf-talk] Moving the OSMF to the EU?
> Hi All,
> I'm with Heather on this. Let us move to the action phase.
> If we can, create a shared database - a spreadsheet would do for a
> quick and dirty solution.
> Guillaume has already raised many questions. There are probably more
> to ask.
> Some answers will be deal-breakers allowing quick elimination - like:
> * "Must one or more Directors be resident in this country"
> * "Does this country block financial transactions with any country."
> After an elimination round, a bit of weighted scoring will quickly
> yield a shortlist.
> Is there an Open shareable spreadsheet out there that we could use?
> Craig Allan
> OSM: cRaIgalLAn
> On 2021/06/20 12:50, Heather Leson wrote:
> > Thanks for the updates and the research.
> > While it is an intensive process, I do think it is possible to get help from this community and supporting actors. The example of the group which will help with "hostile takeovers" shows a path. I also appreciate how the LCCWG subcommittee is breaking down the process into parts to discuss, explore and document. These two examples show me how we can be productive.
> > Is there a wiki page or other document with background research and asks?
> > With thanks,
> > Heather
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