Minutes of the Business
The meeting was held on Tuesday, September 21, 2004,
The following agenda was approved.
Confirmation of agenda.
Choice of chairman of meeting.
Proposal: L. Pacholski
Choice of secretary (Minutes of the meeting)
Proposal: Alex Rabinovich
Treasurer's summary and
Resolution on acceptance and discharge of the board
Choice of accountants
Proposal: Nicole Schweikardt (Berlin) and Martin Otto (Darmstadt)
of the president Iain Stewart.
Acceptance of resignation as president and member of the board.
Constitution of EACSL
Election of new president:
Stewart's proposal: J.A. Makowsky
Election of new vice-president.
Makowsky's proposal: Damian Niwinski
Report on CSL'04
Lisbon together with CONCUR'06
of EACSL (J.A. Makowsky)
The future of EACSL
Ad 2 and 3:
Proposed chairman of the meeting and secretary for the
agenda were approved unanimously.
The fiscal report prepared by the accountants and C. Lautemann
were read by the vice-president, J. Makowsky. Documents attached.
The financial report was approved unanimously.
The board was discharched with two abstentions.
The proposed new accountants were approved with one abstention for
N. Schweikardt and two abstentions for M. Otto.
The resignation letter of the current president, I. Stewart,
was read by the vice-president. He wants to resign as president
and ipso facto as member of the board. Letter attached.
The resignation was accepted
with three abstentions.
The president in his letter proposed to elect the current vice-president,
J. Makowsky, as president. No other candidates were proposed.
J. Makowsky was elected with one abstention.
He accepts his new position. He proposed D. Niwinski as
new vice president and member of the board.
D. Niwinski was elected with one abstention.
He accepts his new position.
A. Tarlecki, co-chairman of the program committee of CSL'04
reads a report on the current conference.
His report coincides with the preface of the proceedings of the conference.
Breakdown of submissions by countries.
J. Makowsky reports about progress in planning CSL'05
in Oxford. Luke Ong proposed dates at the end of August (22-25)
and no serious objection were raised. The final decision
for the dates is left the board.
For CSL'06 no specific plans were ready. The steering committe
of CONCUR investigated about possible cooperation for
2006 or 2007. 2006 would be in Lisbon, Portugal.
The current situation of EACSL was presented and discussion points
for the future were proposed by J. Makowsky (attached).
It was agreed to intensify coperations with other conferences
and, in general, to increase the visibility of EACSL.
The assembly was reminded of the possibility of using EACSL
money for guarantees or direct support of Summer Schools and Workshops.
It was left to the new president to find other new initiatives.