June 26 2010 ANNUAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING OF COMMUNITY FREE SOFTWARE GROUP, INC.

The meeting of the Board of Directors was held at 289 Clinton Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11205 on 26 June 2010 at 3:00 PM. Dave Williams, President of the Board of Directors, called the meeting to order.

The following were present:

Joe Maffia
Forest Mars
Dave Williams

being a quorum of the Directors of the Corporation.

The Secretary presented the minutes of the previous Board meeting. The minutes were read, and on a motion duly made, seconded and carried the Directors approved the minutes.

The Treasurer reported on the organization's current finances.

The Secretary announced the results of the annual election of officers of the Board of Directors. All officers for the year beginning July 2010 were approved unanimously, with Forest Mars elected President, Darline Lalanne elected Vice President, Joseph A. Maffia elected Treasurer, and David J. Williams elected Secretary. A motion was made to certify the results of the elections and upon unanimous approval it was

RESOLVED that the results of the 2010 Election of Officers of the Board of Directors of the Community Free Software Group be accepted and all officers begin their terms effective June 26, 2010.

Joe Maffia informed the Board that due to personal and professional obligations he will need to resign from CFSG. He will assist with the transition to a new Treasurer and with handing over any organizational resources and assets under his responsibility.

Forest Mars expressed a desire to get additional people involved in CFSG, both as Directors and as members with varying levels of affiliation. He mentioned the upcoming Drupal developer conference in New York City as an opportunity to introduce the organization to potential participants. Enhancing the group's website and placing static documentation into a .info domain were also recommended.

Dave Williams presented the Annual Report of the President of the Board of Directors. There being no further business before the meeting, the President moved to adjourn. The motion was seconded, carried, and the meeting was adjourned.