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1 > Dies ist eine Übersetzung der Statuten des Vereines Mageia.Org.
2 > Da der Verein in Frankreich registriert ist, sind diese im Original in Französisch.
3 > Als Resultat hieraus ist diese Übersetzung nur informell als Information für die Benutzer,
4 > rechtlich bindend ist die französische Version.
5 > Sie können das französische Original unter einer der folgenden Adressen einsehen:
6 >
7 > * http://www.mageia.org/fr/about/constitution/
8 > * svn://svn.mageia.org/svn/org/constitution/
9 >
10
11 Verein unter dem (Französischen) Vereinsrecht von 1901
12
13 # Mageia.Org
14
15 8B rue de la Terrasse 75017 Paris France
16
17 ## Statuten
18
19 Die Unterzeichneten:
20
21 * Anne Nicolas,
22 * Arnaud Patard,
23 * Damien Lallement,
24 * Nicolas Vigier,
25 * Olivier Blin,
26 * Romain d'Alverny,
27 * Séverine Wiltgen,
28 * Frédéric Cuif,
29 * Olivier Méjean,
30 * Colin Guthrie,
31 * Thomas Backlund,
32 * Anssi Hannula,
33 * Raphaël Gertz,
34 * Jérôme Quelin,
35 * Wolfgang Bornath,
36 * Josep L. Guallar-Estevem,
37 * Michael Scherer,
38
39 Gründungsmitglieder wollen einen Verein nach dem Gesetz vom 1. Juli 1901 gründen.
40
41
42 ## Artikel 1 - Verfassung
43
44 Eine freiwillige Vereinigung nach dem französichen Gesetz vom 1. Juli 1901
45 und der französischen Verfügung vom 16. August 1901 wird hiermit geschlossen
46 zwischen den Unterzeichneten und jeder Person, die die gegenwärtigen Statuten anerkennt.
47
48
49 ## Artikel 2 - Namensgebung
50
51 Der Verein trägt den folgenden Namen: Mageia.Org
52
53 ## Artikel 3 - Zweck
54
55 Der Verein ist ein Informationstechnologie-Verein auf Non-Profit-Basis gemäß der Regeln
56 des französischen Gesetzes von 1901.
57
58 Der Zweck des Vereines ist:
59 * das freie Betriebssystem Mageia zu organiseieren, zu entwickeln und zu verbreiten;
60 * die Communities im Umfeld dieses Projektes zu koordinieren.
61
62
63 ## Artikel 4 - Eingetragene Geschäftsstellen
64
65 Die eingetragene Geschäftsstelle des Vereines ist in Paris, Frankreich:
66
67 Mageia.Org
68 8B rue de la Terrasse
69 75017 Paris
70 Frankreich
71
72 Die eingetragene Geschäftsstelle kann jederzeit durch eine Entscheidung des Boards der Direktoren
73 verlegt werden.
74
75 Die Aktivitäten des Vereines können an jedem Ort außerhalb der Geschäftsstellen durchgeführt werden.
76
77
78 ## Artikel 5 - Dauer
79
80 Die Dauer des Vereines ist unbegrenzt, beginnend mit der Unterzeichnung der Statuten.
81
82 Ein Finanzjahr geht vom 1. Januar bis zum 31. Dezember.
83
84
85 ## Artikel 6 - Zusammensetzung des Vereines
86
87 Der Verein besteht aus:
88
89 * Gründungsmitgliedern,
90 * Ehrenmitgliedern,
91 * gönnenden Mitgliedern,
92 * spendenden Mitgliedern,
93 * aktiven Mitgliedern.
94
95 Gründungsmitglieder sind diejenigen Personen, die die Gründung des Vereines angeregt haben.
96
97 Die Auszeichnung als Ehrenmitglied kann von der Hauptversammlung an Personen vergeben werden,
98 die dem Verein gegenüber besondere Dienste Leisten oder geleistet haben.
99 Dieser Titel gibt denjenigen, die ihn erhalten haben, das Recht an den Hauptversammlungen teil-
100 zunehmen, ohne hierfür einen finanziellen Beitrag zahlen zu müssen.
101 Sie nehmen an Hauptversammlungen nur mit beratendem Stimmrecht teil und sind nicht wählbar.
102
103 Gönnende Mitglieder sind Personen, die eine jährliche Summe zahlen, die vom verwaltenden Council
104 festgelegt wird. Sie nehmen an Hauptversammlungen nur mit beratendem Stimmrecht teil und sind
105 nicht wählbar.
106
107 Spendende Mitglieder sind Personen, die einamlig spenden. Sie nehmen nicht an Hauptversammlungen
108 teil und sund nicht wählbar.
109
110 Aktive Mitglieder sind Personen, die vom verwaltenden Council gewählt werden, nachdem sie von einem
111 anderen aktiven Mitglied vorgeschlagen und gefördert wurden.
112 Sie sind Personen, die in das Leben des Vereines eingebunden sind, entweder durch ihre nutzbringende
113 Aktivität oder indem sie eine Funktion im Verein innehaben.
114 Sie nehmen an Hauptversammlungen mit vollem Stimmrecht teil und sind wählbar.
115
116 Die Gründungsmitglieder sind Mitglieder, die aktiv an der Gründung des Vereines
117 beteiligt waren.
118
119 Wenn ein aktives Mitglied nicht an den letzten zwei Hauptversammlungen teilgenommen hat und dort
120 nicht durch jemanden vertreten wurde, wird er //de fakto// zu einem Ehrenmitglied.
121
122
123 ## Artikel 7 - Verlust der Mitgliedschaft
124
125 Die Mitgliedschaft kann verloren werden als Resultat von:
126
127 * das Verfassen eines Briefes an den/die Vorsitzenden;
128 * Todesfall;
129 * Ausschluss ausgesprochen durch das Board der Direktoren wegen Nicht-Bezahlens der Beiträge oder
130 eines Deliktes, das den moralischen oder materiellen Interessen des Vereines
131 geschadet hat. Sie müssen hierzu eine Einladung des Boards der Direktoren per E-Mail erhalten,
132 so dass sie sich vor diesem rechtfertigen können.
133 * einer Entscheidung des Boards der Direktoren wegen gewichtiger Gründe.
134
135 ## Artikel 8 - Das Board der Direktoren
136
137 The association is run by a Board of Directors made up of at least 6 members
138 and no more than 12 members, designated by the general assembly
139 and are chosen from among the active members.
140
141 The members of the board of directors are elected for three years,
142 renewable each year by one third.
143
144 Afterwards, they are re-elegible.
145
146 The number of the renewable members equals the third of the Board
147 of Director's members for the actual year, rounded down to the nearest number
148 (in case they are less than 12) with a minimum equal to the number
149 of the resigning members. The selected members are the first in order
150 as resigning members, next the ones whose last election to the board
151 of directors is the oldest. In case of equal election dates, then the one
152 or those whose membership of the association is the oldest will be kept on.
153
154 In case of vacancies the board of directors provisionally provides
155 replacement of its members. Their definite replacement will be provided
156 for at the next general meeting. The powers of the members so elected come
157 to an end on the date when the mandate of the replaced members would have ended.
158
159 The first board of directors is only made up of the executive committee
160 members and will be completed without consultation by co-optation.
161
162 Each board member, who has not attended three consecutive meetings
163 without having been excused, may be considered as resigning.
164
165 ## Artikel 9 - Das Exekutiv-Kommitee
166
167 Das Board der Direktoren wählt aus seinen Mitgliedern durch geheime Abstimmung ein
168 Exekutiv-Kommitee mit den folgenden Positionen:
169
170 * der/dem Vorsitzenden,
171 * der/des Sekretärin/s,
172 * der/des Schatzmeisterin/s.
173
174 Das Exekutiv-Kommitee wird jedes Jahr neu gewählt, die Mitglieder können wiedergewählt
175 werden.
176
177 Das erste Exekutiv-Kommitee besteht aus:
178
179 * Anne Nicolas, geboren am 18. Februar 1971 in Maisons-Lafittes (78),
180 Französische Nationalität: Vorsitzende ;
181 * Damien Lallement, geboren am 21. Mai 1980 in Lille (59),
182 Französische Nationalität: Schatzmeister ;
183 * Arnaud Patard, geboren am 26. Januar 1980 in Harfleur (76),
184 Französische Nationalität: Sekretär ;
185
186 ## Article 10 - Duties of the Executive committee members
187
188 ### 10.1 - The chairman calls the meeting of the Board of Directors.
189
190 He represents the association for all functions in social life
191 and holds all powers needed to that effect.
192
193 He is qualified to appear in court as defendant on behalf of the association
194 and as plaintiff with the Board of Director's authorisation by simple majority rule.
195
196 He can appeal under the same conditions.
197
198 He can only compromise with the executive committee's authorization
199 by the simple majority.
200
201 He presides all assemblies. In case of absence or illness, he is replaced
202 by the vice-chairman or, if not available, by the senior member of the Board
203 of Directors and in case of equality by the oldest.
204
205 ### 10.2 - The secretary general is in charge of everything relating to the correspondence as well as the records of the association.
206
207 He writes the minutes of the assemblies and boards of director's meetings,
208 and in general, anything in writing about the functioning of the association,
209 with the exception of it's accounting.
210
211 He is in charge of the special register provided by article 5 of the Law of 1st July 1901,
212 and the articles 6 and 31 of the Decree of 16th August 1901.
213 He ensures the execution of the formalities stipulated in those articles.
214
215 ### 10.3 - The treasurer is in charge of all that is related to the administration of the assets of the association.
216
217 Under the supervision of the chairman, he effects any payments
218 and receives any sums owed to the association.
219
220 He is responsible for the accounting of all operations he carries out
221 and which he reports to the annual general meeting,
222 which in turn approves his administration as far as required.
223
224 ## Article 11 - Meeting of the Board of Directors
225
226 The board of directors meets when convoked by it's chairman:
227 at least once every 6 months or at the request of a quarter of it's members.
228
229 The board of directors can hold valid meetings by teleconference
230 or by authenticated IRC (Internet Relay Chat).
231
232 The presence of half of the members of the board of directors is required
233 in order that the deliberations be valid.
234
235 Decisions are taken with the majority of the recorded votes.
236
237 In case of equality of the votes, the chairman has a decisive vote.
238
239 Minutes of the meetings are recorded.
240
241 The minutes are signed by the chairman and the treasurer. They are written
242 without gaps or alterations on numbered sheets and kept at the registered
243 office of the association.
244
245 The board of directors is invested with the largest powers to execute
246 or to entitle all deeds or operations which meet the association's purposes
247 and that are not reserved to the general assembly.
248
249 It convokes the general assembly.
250
251 It oversees the executive committee members' administration and may ask them
252 for an accounting of their deeds.
253
254 It decides on the admission or expulsion of the association's members.
255
256 It entitles the chairman and the treasurer to make any purchase, transfers
257 or rentals necessary for the functioning of the association.
258
259 In addition, the members of the board of directors may get a refund
260 on their expenses.
261
262 The deliberations of the Board of Directors about property acquisitions,
263 exchanges and transferrals necessary for the purposes of the association,
264 taking on of mortgages on those properties, leases exceeding nine years,
265 transferrals of possession and loans must be approved by the general assembly.
266
267 ## Article 12 - Ordinary general assembly meeting
268
269 The general assembly meeting is composed of the founding members,
270 the active members, the honorary members and the benefactor members
271 of the association, upto date with their subscription dues.
272
273 It meets at least once a year, at the latest six months after closing
274 of the accounting year and each time when it is convoked by the board
275 of directors, or at request of at least a quarter of it's members.
276
277 For each meeting, the convocations must be sent 10 days in advance
278 and contain its agenda. The calls are sent by e-mail
279 and by displaying them on the association's web site.
280
281 The agenda is set by the board of directors.
282
283 The chairman is the president of the general meeting.
284
285 The chairman describes the state of affairs of the association.
286
287 The treasurer accounts for his administration in a financial report
288 which he submits for the general meeting's approval.
289
290 The general meeting acquaints itself with the board of director's administrative reports.
291
292 It approves the financial report of the past year's accounts,
293 votes on the budget of the next year's accounts, deliberates the questions
294 on the agenda and if applicable, votes on the renewals in the board of director's memebers.
295
296 All deliberations of the general meeting are taken with a simple majority
297 of the rexpressed votes. However, dismissals from the board of directors
298 are decided by a three-quarter majority.
299
300 The general assembly quorum is set at 50% of the present and represented members.
301 Any member cannot have more than two powers to vote.
302
303 The secret ballot is adopted if a member asks for it.
304
305 Ballot conditions are defined each year by the board of directors.
306
307 Board of director's deliberations concerning property acquisition, transferral
308 and alienation necessary for the purposes of the association,
309 taking on of a mortgage on this property, leases beyond nine years,
310 alienation of possession and loans must be approved by the general meeting.
311
312 Minutes of the meetings' deliberations are recorded by the secretary
313 in a register and signed by himself and the chairman.
314
315 ## Article 13 - Extraordinary general meeting
316
317 The statutes can be modified by the general meeting,
318 at the board of directors' instigation, or at the instigation of at least
319 20% of the members that attend the general meeting.
320
321 In each case, the proposed modifications are recorded in the next
322 general meeting's agenda which must be sent to every assembly member
323 two weeks in advance.
324
325 The extraordinary general meeting's deliberations are invalid
326 if not at least one third of it's members are present or represented.
327
328 If this quorum is not reached, a second general meeting is called with
329 the same agenda, with a delay of at least two weeks' time.
330
331 No quorum is required for the second call.
332
333 The statutes can only be modified with a two-third majority
334 of the members present, both after the first and after the second convocation.
335
336 ## Article 14 - Dissolution
337
338 The general meeting can also be called, on the same terms as above,
339 to pronounce it's opinion about the dissolution of the association.
340
341 It's deliberations are not valid if not at least half of it's members
342 are present or represented.
343
344 If this quorum is not reached, a second assembly is called for,
345 with the same agenda, after a minimum period of two weeks' time.
346
347 For the second convocation a quorum is not required.
348
349 The dissolution of the association can only be approved with a two-thirds
350 majority of the members present, both after the first and after the second call.
351
352 The general meeting makes one or several liquidators responsible
353 for the liquidation of the association's liabilities and assets.
354
355 It gives the net assets to one or several similar organisations,
356 or to any one organisation it will decide, but excepting the members of the association.
357
358 The liquidator(s) is (are) charged to carry out all declarations
359 and publication formalities as provided for by the laws and regulations currently in force.
360
361 ## Article 15 - Resources
362
363 The association resources are made up of:
364
365 * help, mostly financial, that can be put at the disposal of the association
366 by any natural or legal person
367 * donations received by natural or legal persons
368 * income from assets
369 * subcriptions or inscriptions of its members as they are set by the general meeting
370 * grants from the State, from departmental or communal authorities,
371 and from public enterprises
372 * resources created on an exceptional basis and as far as needed
373 with any agreement by the authorities (collections, lectures, raffles,
374 meetings, shows, etc., authorised for the profit of the association)
375 * sales to the members
376
377 and any other resources authorised by the law
378
379 * proceeds from sales of assets or of services delivered
380 * industrial property ('trademark') revenues.
381
382 ## Article 16 - Internal regulations
383
384 The board of directors may set out internal regulations that will be approved
385 by the general assembly.
386
387 Such regulations, if any, will specify the modalities of executing the present statutes.
388
389 They may equally fix any points not foreseen in these statutes.
390
391 Subsequently, it will be possible to update the internal regulations
392 through modifications that the board of directors will have to submit
393 for approval to the general meeting.
394
395 The internal regulations are applicable to all association members.
396
397 ## Article 17 - Legal competence
398
399 The competent court for any actions concerning the association is the one
400 in whose area the association has it's registered office.

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