As Sowyman has retired, who is responsible for approving the membership?
How long would it take to approve from the day you receive the form?
On Thu, May 15, 2014 at 3:56 PM, Srikanth Ramakrishnan <
> I do live in the 21st century,
> so does everyone else, I hope you are aware of that.
> The paper form requirement is a requirement because the Registrar of
> Societies Karnataka requires a physical copy of the applicant's signature.
> This is why we cannot accept scanned forms.
> This is no trick.
> If your DD was sent to the right address in 2012/2013, I'm sure it must
> have been processed, that's how I registered /renewed myself.
> As I stated earlier, you ca ALSO do a NEFT transfer, that is paperless you
> You can do this from the comfort of your home, no need to actually go to
> the post office, you can put the envelope in a post box, it still reaches.
> P.S: Since we're anyway trolling, do we still have long queues at post
> offices these days?
> On 12 May 2014 13:34, Jayantilal Kothari <jayantilal...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hello Srikant!
>> I hope you live in 21st century.
>> Downloading the form, then taking a printout and filling it manually,
>> then going to stationery shop to buy an envelope and then going to
>> post office to stand in the long que in this hot summer just to
>> snail-mail a piece of paper is such a head ache for a old man like me.
>> Apart from travelling to post-office, I have to spend another Rs. 40
>> to send it by registered post so that it reaches fast & I have proof.
>> If I send it by ordinary post (like I did last time) I do not have any
>> proof & even if you receive the form you can claim that you did not
>> receive my form as there is no witness with me through which I can
>> prove that I have sent the form.
>> I had sent Rs. 100 DD twice (March 2012 & April 2013) along with my
>> form and I'm not a member yet. :(
>> Even my money is lost.
>> Why can't you make the system paperless?
>> What's the matter in scanning and sending the form?
>> Why don't you make an eform for all the members?
>> Is this a trick to keep away the new members from the chapter?
>> Sent from cellphone while standing in the long que at post office, pardon
>> the sender.
>> On 5/12/14, Srikanth Ramakrishnan <srik.r...@wikimedia.in> wrote:
>> > Jayantilal,
>> > The payment can be made online, however a.physical copy of the form must
>> > reach the Chapter office.
>> > Please also Send a copy of your proof of ID.
>> > Sent from the touchscreen equivalent of a Nokia 1100, pardon the sender.
>> > --
>> > Srikanth Ramakrishnan,
>> > Treasurer.
>> > On May 11, 2014 6:43 PM, "Jayantilal Kothari" <jayantilal...@gmail.com>
>> > wrote:
>> >> Hello Wikimedians!
>> >> What is the procedure to become a member of Wikimedia India?
>> >> I have downloaded the form and filled it. Where and to whom shall I
>> >> the form?
>> >> Is it okay if I send a scanned copy to Sowyman and make the payment
>> >> online
>> >> or is it mandatory to send it in physical?
>> >> Warm Regards,
>> >> Jayantilal.
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