FSFE-defined coding standards?

Erik Albers eal at fsfe.org
Mon Feb 15 12:52:40 UTC 2021

On 15.02.21 07:27, kreyren at rixotstudio.cz wrote:
> On 2/14/21 10:35 PM, Reinhard Müller wrote:
>> Just for the sake of completeness:
>> Am 13.02.21 um 05:11 schrieb Jacob Hrbek:
>>> as current coordinator for FSFE-Czechia (currently disputed by Max)
>> AFAICT, the only person who claims that there is a group "FSFE-Czechia"
>> and calling yourself the coordinator of that group is you. Please stop
>> this. It doesn't help anything.
>> Thanks,
>> --
>> Reinhard Müller * Financial Team
>> Free Software Foundation Europe
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> Group approved by eal to my knowledge 

absolutely disagree! I told you that in order to create a local group, you
should start to publicly announce meetings on the fsfe infrastructure with the
aim of creating a local group in Czechia and held these meetings in public.
There you get to know other fsfe people, you find a transparent working mode
and a project to work on and regularly invite new members on our
infrastructure to join the group. And then, once you decided as a group
_together_ to exist and to work further, to vote on a coordinator and a
vice-coordinator together, then you can call it a new local group.

There is no way for you to go around our procedures and call yourself alone an
offical FSFE Czechia. Please stop this.


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