Meeting agenda for Monday 8th July, 2019

This is the proposed agenda for the Annual General meeting of Monday, July 8th, 2019, to be held at 20:00 UTC in #spi on

  1. Opening
  2. Roll Call
  3. President's report (Jimmy Kaplowitz)
  4. Treasurer's report (Michael Schultheiss)
  5. Secretary's report (Tim Potter)
  6. Outstanding minutes
    1. Monday, 10th June 2019
  7. Items up for discussion
  8. Any other business
    1. Translatewiki as an associated project
  9. Next board meeting: August 12th, 2019, 20:00 UTC

President's report


Treasurer's report


Secretary's report


Any other business

Resolution 2019-07-08.lf.1: Translatewiki as an associated project

WHEREAS is a substantial and significant Free Software
project. Established in 2005, is a translation
community and a localisation platform for free and open source
projects. It started out with localisation for MediaWiki. It now
serves the localisation of tens of additional FOSS projects like
Blockly, iNaturalist, MantisBT, and OpenStreetMap. The community consists of thousands of volunteer
translators, proficient in over 200 languages translating and updating
tens of thousands of strings every month. The platform is based on

The developers would like SPI's support and
assistance, including taking donations.

THE SPI BOARD RESOLVES THAT is formally invited to become an SPI Associated
Project, according to the SPI Framework for Associated Projects, SPI
Resolution 1998-11-16.iwj.1-amended-2004-08-10.iwj.1, a copy of which
can be found at

Niklas Laxström is recognized by SPI as the authoritative decision
maker and SPI liaison for Successors will be
appointed by the outgoing SPI liaison, or if the current SPI liaison
is unavailable or refuses to appoint a successor, by majority vote of
the Core Team.

If the last known SPI liaison for is missing in
action, and no new SPI liaison is appointed for two consecutive years
the associated project is deemed defunct.

In such a circumstance, the SPI Board will, in its good-faith
discretion, proceed as follows: the Board will identify one or more
other SPI associated projects or 501(c)(3) charities which can accept
the project's assets and use them for a similar purpose, and transfer
the assets to the identified destination or destinations as
feasible. Assets for which no such transfer can be arranged within a
reasonable time will become part of the SPI general fund.

This invitation will lapse, if not accepted, 60 days after it is
approved by the SPI Board. Acceptance of the invitation requires a
majority vote of the Core Team.