On 14/01/2008, Andreas 'ads' Scherbaum <ads(at)pgug(dot)de> wrote:
> I looked up in my pgug folder, damien's announcement mail with the link
> to the statues was sent at 200-11-06. That's more than two months ago!
> And nobody replied, no one!
I don't recall that email.
> Yes, "providing support", "providing help to local groups", "promote PG"
> ect. I can't remember words about blocking membership if you are already
> in another PG organization or about rivalry between local and european
We didn't even discuss 'membership' because we weren't talking about a
user group!! *That's* what I object to paying for - I'd be happy to
pay to join a real user group like PostgreSQLFr.
This of this like the PostgreSQL funds group who handling the global
funding etc. There is no membership - just a bunch of people who all
contribute towards getting the required work done.
> But personally: i would like to be member in both groups, my local group
> (if there would be any) and the european group. Why not?
Because there would be no point, with it not being a user group!!
Except it has now been suggested that it *could* be a user group in
countries without their own (which I would support).
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