About the Foundation for Public Code

Member relations

This index

Contents

  1. Membership benefits and responsibilities
  2. How to become a member
  3. Further reading

The Foundation for Public Code is a member-owned association. Only wholly publicly owned organizations may become members. Members participate in the steering and governance of the association by voting at the General Assembly. They also participate by financing the association through yearly dues.

Membership benefits and responsibilities

Members benefit from codebase stewardship, member onboarding support and the other value propositions of being part of the community.

Members are responsible for the association’s governance and financing.

How to become a member

1) Sign the expression of interest to allow both parties to work together in the open. 2) Review the member onboarding proposal and discuss with Foundation for Public Code staff members. 3) Agree on your member dues and the articles of association, and sign the membership contract.

Further reading