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*'''The team'''
** Only proposals that have a fair amount of team members who can spend the appropriate amount of time and are part of the LibreOffice community are considered valid. Based on our experience, at least five team members are required, and those team members need to interact and communicate with the community. ''Please name all the team members, their role in the community, and their time availability.''
[[Skeda:OSCAL 2017 - group photo.jpg|parapamje|Group photo with almost all the participants of Open Source Conference Albania 2017.]]
*** Team members for this application are Jona Azizaj, Silva Arapi, Nafie Shehu, Marinela Gogo, Anxhelo Lushka and Redon Skikuli. Almost all the members have experience in organizing [ OSCAL], which is a similar event with LiboCon. In addition, three of the members have also been in the latest edition of LiboCon, which gives them a very good overview of what is expected from such a conference. All the team members will be available to start organizing the conference from the time we will have a response about it.
** At least one of the team members should be working exclusively on sponsor relations, and on managing invitations for visas as required for many countries. Both of these tasks require a fair amount of time, and are crucial to the organization. Based on our experience, at least a few dozen visa requests, if not more, need to be dealt with, and you need between 10.000 EUR and 20.000 EUR in sponsorship fees. ''Please let us know if you have at least one team member willing to work on these topics.''
*'''The organizing entity'''
** The Document Foundation itself will '''not''' be legally or financially responsible for organizing the event. Although it will support it by any means possible, you need a local entity, may it be a corporation or preferably a non-profit, to take care of money and legal requirements such as insurances and signing contractual obligations. Another important reason for a local entity is the fact that visa invitation letters can usually only be issued by a local entity from within the country. ''Please give details on the organization, its type and its leadership.''
[[Skeda:OpenLabsNewLogo.svg|parapamje|Open Labs Logo]]
*** Open Labs is the Albanian based not for profit community that promotes open knowledge initiatives such as Wikipedia, Linux, LibreOffice, Mozilla and any free libre open source platform that promotes the free software manifesto. Open Labs is active since 2012 and has organized many events, weekly workshops, projections and activities with local and foreign presenters. Open Labs members are the decision makers and the board of Open Labs are the executive body. Part of the board are five members, where one of them is the president. The organization also has a permanent financial officer that overviews all the financial operations of the legal entity. The financial officer, along with the board members, are also is responsible to be compliant with Albanian law regarding the financial transactions.
*'''The main venue'''

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