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Chicago C/C++ Users Group Message Board › Alternatives for organization structure

Alternatives for organization structure

Conrad W.
Chicago, IL
Post #: 59
As part of formalizing our organization structure, we need to choose:

(a). To remain a separate, independent organization

(b). To become a special interest group under the Chicago ACM Chapter.
Although the Chicago ACM Chapter is itself in a fragile state, it already
has a web site, newsletter and mailing list that we could share and a
treasury. The once active but now dormant local SIGPLAN (Special
Interest Group on Programming Languages) could give us exposure.

(c). To approach other similar groups to explore forming a joint organization.
CJUG, for example was once very active, but has recently retreated to
mostly vendor presentations.

If you're going to attend our April 28 planning session, be prepared to discuss this choice. If you can't attend but have an opinion, please post it as a reply here.

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