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Today the UK Guardian newspaper published a feature on One Click Orgs as part of its “Doing Things Differently” strand. The article touches on the upcoming announcement of an exciting collaboration we’ve been working on with Co-Operatives UK.
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.
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 to see whether there are applications for One Click Orgs in this sphere.
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 properly escaped in proposal descriptions and comments. This is fixed.
- Users could be redirected to an external site by abusing the URL used for registering a vote. This is fixed.
- Members could set their email to that of an existing member and new members could be added with the same email as an existing member. This is fixed.
- Browsers were permitted to cache login credentials. This is fixed.
- The password reset system allowed a non-member to determine whether or not an email address corresponded to a valid user or not. This is fixed.
- The organisation’s name was not properly escaped for the ‘From’ field of emails. This is fixed.
- Some invalid characters were allowed in members’ email addresses. This is fixed.
- Users could be redirected to an external site by inserting special characters into the organisation’s subdomain. This is fixed
In addition to the security fixes the following enhancements are also included:
- A vote taking place under the ‘veto’ voting system now closes early if
- all members vote in favour.
- Rails is upgraded to version 3.0.10.
- Members can now specify what role they play in the organisation.
- Proposal comments are now displayed in date order.
Particular thanks to Andrew Black and Darren McDonald for contributions, testing and reports for this release.
Source and downloads are available at Github.
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, Co-Founder of London Hackspace, proposed the motion for vote and it passed unanimously at 20:16 BST. Therefore this was the moment when the world’s first virtualised non-profit corporation came into existence. The vote is captured in the photo below.
London Hackspace is a Company Limited by Guarantee, the UK form of a non-profit corporation. The One Click Orgs virtualisation completely removes Board Meetings from the organisation’s formal procedures. Instead a board member can put forward a proposal for vote at any time on the One Click Orgs platform and proposals that pass will be legally binding on the corporation. The platform also provides facilities to record minutes from offline discussions and register Directors’ conflicts of interest declarations.
This is just the first step in a larger process to virtualise all governance processes for the corporation. The next step will remove the requirement to hold an Annual General Meeting and enable members to elect Directors through an electronic vote on One Click Orgs.
Thanks to Francis Davey who did a lot of work drafting the virtualisation elements for the revised Articles and Chris Mear for his herculean effort preparing the platform. Many thanks also to UnLtd for supporting the project and to London Hackspace for being such an excellent partner to work with.
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 of a non-profit corporation this is the most widely-used legal structure for larger non profits in the UK.
As we announced last year we’re working with the London Hackspace to create the first example of a virtualised CLG before making the solution available to all non profits. Our research suggests the platform will be of great appeal to organisations wanting to minimise time lost to bureaucratic processes and also larger organisations seeking to keep their membership engaged with decision making.
Our sincere thanks to the team at UnLtd for their support. It is greatly appreciated.
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 in some places an Association must be registered with state agencies. We’d welcome input from lawyers who can tell us exactly what’s needed for different jurisdictions
In countries where a One Click Orgs Association isn’t recognised as a civil society organisation groups are still welcome to create a One Click Orgs constitution and use the voting system with their members.