Jan van Steenbergen

> I agree with Irina. If you really want to found an
> "official" club, you would need statutes, a board,
> money, some kind of defined activities, and at least
> 25 people who are fully dedicated to those activities.

Really?! In Sweden all you need is five people for
the board. You get generic statutes which you can
use or change as you wish and you _get_ money from
the state for forming the club and to help keeping
it running. The money can be used for a journal, for
meating coffee, etc.

The Netherlands isn't (aren't?) that much different
from Sweden, is it? Are you sure about the club-forming
rules for the Netherlands?

Don't you get money? That's a main incentive to forming
a club here in Sweden.

||| daniel

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