[TriLUG] Surprise surprise...
mike at enoch.org
Mon Sep 19 15:10:50 EDT 2005
Matt Frye wrote:
> On 9/19/05, William Sutton <william at trilug.org> wrote:
>>What if I once registered for membership with TriLUG, I have a trilug.org
>>shell account, post to the list, but never received my card, and now live
>>out of state?
> Your subject to different rules one you move out of state. As are
> jeremyp, chrish, etc. Although, I don't think those rules are
Technically, you have to be a resident of North Carolina to be a member
of TriLUG. So, once you are no longer considered a resident by the
state, you are no longer a member. It is my understanding that TriLUG
has no enforced policies on how to revoke membership, but as far as the
state of NC is concerned (the state is relevant, as that's where the
requirement comes from, as part of the non-profit organization
requirements/status), you are no longer a member of TriLUG. What TriLUG
chooses to do with things such as your shell account is another matter.
Being on the mailman membership database for the trilug mailing list
does not make you a member of TriLUG. Never has, never will. Anyone,
anywhere, can subscribe to the list and be active. Unless you are in
the TriLUG membership database (which is different than the mailman
database), you are not a member of TriLUG.
Anything beyond that, the current SC will need to comment on. These are
my understanding of the rules, nothing more.
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