Author Archives: One Click Orgs

Come and meet the team at Co-operatives United, Manchester

By | October 21, 2012

Charles and Chris will be launching a brand new platform at the Co-operatives United event in Manchester on 31st October. Come and say hi if you’re there. For more details see the Co-operatives United website.

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One Click Orgs at the Co-Operatives UK Autumn Summit

By | November 29, 2011

Charles is in Manchester today to talk about digital governance and One Click Orgs at the Co-operatives UK Autumn Summit. This annual event brings together leaders from the UK’s largest co-operatives along with other movers and shakers from the movement. The co-operative movement is founded on the principle of democratic member governance so it will be fascinating […]

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One Click Orgs v1.2.3 released

By | November 17, 2011

Today One Click Orgs announces release of version 1.2.3. For this release the team focused on enhancing security across the platform. A formal vulnerability test was carried out to identify all potential security issues then a series of code changes was implemented to remedy them. The v1.2.3 release includes the following security fixes: HTML was not […]

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London Hackspace becomes first virtualised non-profit corporation

By | August 6, 2011

On Wednesday 27th July the members of London Hackspace gathered at the Trampery in London for the organisation’s Annual General Meeting. The main item on the agenda was a proposal to adopt a new set of corporate articles virtualising all procedures of the Board of Directors on a platform created by One Click Orgs. Russ Garrett, […]

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Grant awarded by UnLtd

By | July 15, 2011

We’re delighted to announce that One Click Orgs has received its first ever grant funding in the shape of a Level 1 Award from UnLtd, the foundation for social entrepreneurs. The grant has been provided to support One Click Orgs in its project to develop a Company Limited by Guarantee (CLG) platform. As the British equivalent […]

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One Click Orgs v1.0 is live!

By | March 17, 2011

At an event in London this evening One Click Orgs officially launched its free public service. The version 1.0 platform helps community groups and fledgling non-profits organise themselves with a legal structure and voting system. One Click Orgs Associations are compatible with English law. We think they can be used in other countries too. However […]

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Joi Ito joins One Click Orgs advisory board

By | August 19, 2010

Today we’re hugely excited to announce that Joi Ito has joined One Click Orgs’ advisory board. Joi has contributed to a succession of ground-breaking internet ventures as an entrepreneur and investor. His current role as CEO of Creative Commons puts him in the thick of the collision between established legal concepts and the internet which […]

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Video code walkthrough by Chris Mear

By | June 2, 2010

A month ago we posted the first part of the video introducing One Click Orgs’ collaboration with London Hackspace. Now here’s the second part in which Chris Mear walks through the current codebase. If you’re a developer thinking of getting involved in the project this would be a useful place to start and get your […]

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Announcing One Click Orgs advisory board

By | March 19, 2010

We’re delighted to announce the formation of One Click Orgs’ advisory board and honoured that three outstanding figures have agreed to support the project by being part of it: Oliver Goodenough is co-director of the Law Lab at Harvard University’s Berkman Center and also professor of law at Vermont Law School. He leads Harvard’s “Virtual […]

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First five groups selected for beta programme

By | November 23, 2009

We’re delighted to announce the first five groups selected to participate in the One Click Orgs beta programme. The groups are: WordCamp UK (UK) Open Font Library (International) Open Kollab (USA / International) Southend in Transition (UK) Crafting Gentleness (N Ireland / International) We’ll be setting up platforms for each group over the coming week. […]

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