Read again. I said you were involved with extremists. Not that you were one of them. They damage the credibility of anyone with genuine problems with systemd.
ACK and agree. I'm sure you understand that to transform a years old flame into a decent discussion is quite a hell of a process.
Apologies for overreacting, I recognize you do have legitimate observations, but really I've been through the systemd-grinder enough to quickly put up defenses.
That posting of the "financial reports" is the first time you' ve published any information about business registration. Where is the posted information about dyne.org? Where are all those certified accounts available? Why doesn't Archive.org have them?
Man, we are paying taxes to the Netherlands, not to Archive.org. I think you have a different idea of transparency... we are producing all the documentation needed for the institutions and organizations that require them, including the EU commission for some projects. However in case of donors you are right, more work must be done towards transparency...
And no, that's not transparent accounting. I have no reason to believe you are engaging in fraud - or even paying yourself to design logos. Transparent "accounting" is when expenditures are detailed (show where the money went - not on what) and are certified by a registered accountant as being true and complete, and made public. You've only done the last part.
SFI is a registered non-profit. Debian is a registered non-profit funded by SFI, and other organisations. All display that information as required by law and produce annual returns certified by registered accountants. Just as gnu.org does.
...and we'll check these aspects out. Its a good advice to see how other long-standing good examples are operating and we'll certainly need to extend our team to include someone that is proficient with this side of things. This is a growth process and its not easy, yet at Dyne.org we are determined to not blow it up with a VC, but to have a rhythm of growth that is slow and organic. We are just opening an office in Amsterdam, after some years of difficulties, and this will help a lot.