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From: Michel Mauny <Michel.Mauny@i...>
Subject: Re: Consortium Caml
There are quite a few general web sites about French associations. If
you look for "association loi 1901" at (for non-French
speakers, this means "non-profit", roughly speaking), you'll get at
least one page of very relevant (French) pointers.

As far as I know, members of such an association may come from all
over the world, and are not necessarily individuals. (I mean that a
small company which couldn't afford 2kE to be a member oc the Caml
Consortium could be a member of an association member of the


Sven wrote/écrivait (Feb 08 2001, 11:01AM +0100):

> I am not familiar with association law, but it seems to me that
  there is need for various members, maybe a little fee to pay, not
  sure (well for french associations), and an annual meeting or
  somethign such.

> I am not sure how well the frnech association law handle non-french
  members, and err, lets call it virtual meetings.

> Maybe someone is familiar with this, or i could ask around.