[FSUG-Bangalore] Mass movement - not for profit companies - ngos

Vikram Vincent vincentvikram at gmail.com
Sun Nov 23 16:00:16 IST 2008

2008/11/23 Arun M <arun at gnu.org.in>

> > But if an organisation has to be representative then it must be
> democratic.
> > See FSF-LA, Debian, and other democratic bodies.
> >
> > Which comes to my previously asked but still unanswered question: Is
> > democratic?
> Yes it is.
> FSF, FSF India, FSF LA and FSF Europe follow similar system.

When was the last time that FSF-I had an election to the committee? When
does it plan to have the next elections?
Which system does FSF-I follow? As you mentioned there are differences.
I am still patiently awaiting replies for my previously asked questions too.
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