On 1/16/06, Michael Bimmler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > 2006/1/16, [EMAIL PROTECTED] <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>: > > I don't see the problem with the post box as discussed in the thread: > > > > a) Wikimedia CH is an internet focussed foundation. Therefore a permanent, > > non-changing postal address is not that important than for a > > non-internet-focussed foundation. We don't have printed mail paper we had to > > change (or do we plan to have this?) > > > Hm, I don't think, that we can exist without any "offline-mail". E.g. > if someones applies for membership, he has to do this in written form, > as it is then a "Vertrag", which wouldn't be legally binding > otherwise. And we need to send him then a written confirmation (afaik > and ianal). So we can do a lot by mails/wiki but i'm quite sure not > everything > ad the rest of you post: I don't think that there's gonna be so much > post, but just consider the planned Wikipedia Day which *might* lead > to some amount of "offline mail".
I am positive you cannot exist without a snail-mail address, whether it is a postbox or a real address. Just think of legal claims coming your way... + people who'd rather send a check or want to send you cookies, or whatever... Delphine -- ~notafish _______________________________________________ Wikimediach-l mailing list Wikimediach-l@Wikipedia.org http://mail.wikipedia.org/mailman/listinfo/wikimediach-l