A Kanban-Based Project Management System
At the present time, Kanbanara Software Foundation is a trading name of Rebecca Shalfield having had our application to the Charity Commission on 15th December 2017 for the establishment of the Kanbanara Software Foundation as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) with a Foundation model constitution under the Charities Act 2011 to look after Kanbanara's now open-sourced source code rejected. As it is our intention that the source code to Kanbanara is owned by a charity rather than by Rebecca Shalfield, the application will be reworked and resubmitted once a number of other trustees come forward.
The Kanbanara Software Foundation is the organisation behind Kanbanara. Become a member of the KSF and help advance the software and our mission.
The Kanbanara Software Foundation (KSF) will one day be a United Kingdom-based not-for-profit organisation that holds the intellectual property rights in Kanbanara. We manage the open source licensing for Kanbanara version 1.0 and later and own and protect the trademarks associated with Kanbanara. We fund Kanbanara related development with our grants program and by funding special projects.
The mission of the Kanbanara Software Foundation is:
The Kanbanara Software Foundation:
The trustees form the members of the Kanbanara Software Foundation's management committee. They are responsible for directing the activities of the KSF, ensuring it remains solvent and well-managed and delivering the outcomes for which the charity was set up.
|Rebecca Shalfield||Rebecca holds a BSc Hons in Computing Science and has been the sole developer of Kanbanara from the very beginning to the present day.|
Registered Members demonstrating a commitment to the aims and purposes of the Kanbanara Software Foundation may be invited to become a trustee.
|Lead Developer||Rebecca Shalfield|
|Documentation||Rebecca Shalfield (acting)|
|Researcher||Rebecca Shalfield (acting)|
|Database Administrator||Rebecca Shalfield (acting)|
|Web Master||Rebecca Shalfield (acting)|
|Quality Assurance||Rebecca Shalfield (acting)|
|Treasurer||Rebecca Shalfield (acting)|
|Subject Matter Expert||Rebecca Shalfield (acting)|
By completing a simple registration form, you can become a member of the Kanbanara Software Foundation. Membership of the KSF is completely free. Membership allows you to use the installation of Kanbanara at www.kanbanara.com for non-commercial purposes and ensures you are kept up-to-date with Kanbanara news via the occasional email.
With the Kanbanara Software Foundation having a Foundation model constitution, voting rights are restricted to just the trustees.
The following individuals have contributed to Kanbanara:
|Rebecca Shalfield||Developed the Kanbanara source code from the very beginning to the present day.|
If you are interested in joining a Kanbanara User Group in the Hastings (East Sussex, UK) area, please do not hestitate to get in contact with Rebecca Shalfield.
Assist the Kanbanara Software Foundation's goals with a donation. The KSF is a recognised ??? not-for-profit organisation [Still to be registered].
Without our sponsors we wouldn't be able to help the Kanbanara community grow and prosper. The KSF would not be possible without the generous financial help of the following sponsors:
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It is recommended that the trustees of the Kanbanara Software Foundation meet up at least once a year to discuss progress, future direction and the allocation of roles.
Should funds be available, the Kanbanara Software Foundation will agree to reinburse a trustee's expenses to a meeting or a show such as travelling costs, overnight stay, rental of floor space, printing, hospitality. etc.
In the event that the Kanbanara Software Foundation makes a profit after deducting expenses, such surplus monies can be awarded to trustees on a case by case basis upon the agreement of all current trustees. Such awards can be in the form of computing equipment, training courses, computing or project management books or donations to another charity of the trustee's choice.
A non-founding trustee can be dismissed of his or her duties as a trustee upon the agreement of all other trustees.
The governing document can be amended, including its charitable objects, on the agreement of all current trustees.
Should Kanbanara cease to be cutting edge as a project management system, the Kanbanara Software Foundation can be dissolved on the agreement of all current trustees.