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What will the project leaders have to agree to if our project joins?

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Once you're offered membership, we'll send you a draft fiscal - sponsorship agreement. These aren't secret documents and many of our - member projects have even chosen to put theirs online. However, we wait - to send a draft of this document until the application process is - complete, as we often tailor and modify the agreements based on - individual project needs. This is painstaking work, and it's better to - complete that work after both Conservancy and the project are quite sure - that they both want the project to join Conservancy.

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Once you're offered membership, Conservancy will send you a draft + fiscal sponsorship agreement (FSA). A template + of Conservancy's FSA + is available in PDF (and + in LaTeX). + Please note that the preceding documents are only + templates. Please do not try to fill one out and send it to + Conservancy. The final FSA between Conservancy and your project needs + to be negotiated between us, and as can been seen in the template, the + Representation section needs substantial work. If your project is + offered membership, Conservancy will work with you adapt the FSA + template to suit the needs and specific circumstances of your project. + This is painstaking work, and it's better to complete that work after + both Conservancy and the project are quite sure that they both want the + project to join Conservancy.

If my project joins the Conservancy, how will it change?