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Timely for me. Thank you

I am  in the throws of advocating and negotiating a change of platforms a
fairly large international membership group, USA side, that currently using
Red Hen, DRUPAL Project as their platform.

They are in the midst of migration prep to utilize MailChimp, Wild Apricot
(not the free core offering), and MS-365.

A question was posed to me about sustainability and COPYLEFT.

I was greatful for the question because it allowed me, a new Board of
Directors candidate, to continue using COPYLEFT language which 99% had
never even heard of. Thus a first exposure to COPYLEFT Philosophy and wacky

I now have  reason to bring up the conversation again via email this
email's info.


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On Fri, Jun 25, 2021, 10:19 AM Mike Saunders <> wrote:

A couple of followups:

* Someone pointed me to which is involved in this
field. I've dropped them a line to say hello

* As Italo mentions, there's also the marketing plan which looks at
sustainability of the project as a whole, especially in terms of the
ecosystem around LibreOffice, contributing a lot of code and features

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