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President - Open Source Matters, Inc.: Where is the transparency? Follow Your Own Bylaws On Public Oversight

23 Mar 2012
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JoomlaLeaks has started its first online petition concerning a couple of the issues that I have been discussing in these blogs - transparency and timeliness in posting minutes and financial reports.

This petition targets Open Source Matters, Inc. board members who, so far, have chosen to ignore the suggestions for improvement that were mentioned in these blogs:

  • President - Open Source Matters, Inc. (Paul Orwig)
  • Vice-President Open Source Matters, Inc. (Jacques Rentzke)
  • Secretary Open Source Matters, Inc. (Alice Grevet)
  • Board Member Open Source Matters, Inc. (Robert Deutz)
  • Board Member Open Source Matters, Inc. (Javier Gomez)
  • Board Member Open Source Matters, Inc. (Dianne Henning)
  • Board Member Open Source Matters, Inc. (Marijke Stuivenberg)
  • Board Member Open Source Matters, Inc. (Altansukh Tumenjargal)
  • Treasurer Open Source Matters, Inc. (Thomas Hampton)
  • Board Member Open Source Matters, Inc. (Leonel Canton)
  • Board Member Open Source Matters, Inc. (Ofer Cohen)
  • Board Member Open Source Matters, Inc. (Paulo Griiettner)

Please note that while your name and email are required, you can choose whether your name is listed and, of course, your email will not be listed at all.

 Join me in soliciting OSM to actually perform as they have promised and as New York Law requires.

Click on the red button below to be taken to the petition site.

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David Huelsmann

Dave Huelsmann was Treasurer of Open Source Matters, Inc. from 2008 to July, 2010 and Joomla Forum Global Moderator from 2005 to November, 2010. Now retired, he was a senior healthcare executive who managed large and diverse clinical laboratory, radiology, electroencephalography, and centralized patient transport operations/departments in both not-for-profit and for-profit companies throughout the United States.

Dave was a Navy Corpsman who served in Vietnam while attached to Seabee battalionmcb71
MCB-71.

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