All I was saying is that the effort to find/create a permanent fiduciary
agent and finding a 2017 host can be completely independent of each other,
and take parallel paths. I certainly was NOT arguing against seeking a
On Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 2:56 PM, Salazar, Christina <
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> But not only that, if we have a permanent (insofar as ANYTHING is
> permanent) fiduciary agent, we'll have more flexibility in terms of WHO can
> volunteer to "host" in the future - it wouldn't just be limited to those
> institutions who are willing to take on $100k + in liability.
> For example, I suppose OCLC IS willing, but my lil' institution is NOT,
> though we'd be glad to host (but apparently C4L folks aren't really into
> strawberries and former mental hospitals).
> Christina Salazar
> Systems Librarian
> John Spoor Broome Library
> California State University, Channel Islands
> -----Original Message-----
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> Brian Rogers
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> Subject: Re: [CODE4LIB] Formalizing Code4Lib?
> Never hurts to have a working group for 2018 and beyond.