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Which structure for FSF Europe ?

The goal of this temporary list is to figure out a structure for FSF
Europe that meets the unanimous agreement of the existing leaders of
the Free Software movement in each European country. It may not be an
abstract perfect structure but it will be the result of a consensus
accepted by all at a given point in time.

Although the subject was already discussed by most of the participants
of this list, there has never been a real debate with the clear goal
of defining such a structure. Since FSF Europe has the ambition to
embrace all Europe and establish cooperation between countries, it is
necessary that it starts by defining itself with a structure that is
the result of a European consensus.

The natural bounds of the discussion are defined by the use of the
"FSF" prefix. If a national or continental organization is willing to
call itself FSF , it obviously acknowledges the leadership
of the FSF in return. It is also commited to be beneficial to the FSF
as well as to the Free Software movement.

Since this discussion is not confidential by nature, it is available
for anyone to browse. A few details may require a private thread and
they will be handled on a case by case basis.

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