While the technician has control over the technical infrastructure and (so far) carries the costs, he pledges to remain loyal to the feminist cause by not trying to appoint himself as some sort of leader. (In other words, I'm not going to be another Charles Clymer.) The technician will always be the technician first, a financer second (which might be replaced by public funding in the future), and lastly he will try to be a useful regular member. The technician welcomes other (and ideally female) technicians to get in touch to gain insight into the infrastructure, so that they would be able to recreate it in case of a catastrophe. Backups of the data will be available to others as well. This way, the community shouldn't need to put an undue amount of trust into the sole technician. After all, feminism is primarily a movement by women, for women.