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[Computerbank] How can you help computerbank (fwd)

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Date: Sat, 15 Sep 2001 18:17:13 +1000 (EST)
From: "The Moose(tm)" <moose@bovine.artificial-stupidity.net>
To: Bruce McCubbery <brucemcc@melbpc.org.au>
Subject: How can you help computerbank

the thing is Bruce speaking about vic stuff is ok because we have a policy
of upfront openness. 

what can be done by others? 
1. Write to your local and federal politition about computerbank
remembering to ask why it isn't supported by the government

2. Also write specifically to the PM and Deputy PM/s depts
and the premiers dept im your state

3. Write to local councils 

4. contribute to discussions

5. read the minutes to find out what's happening

6. talk the organisation up to anyone you meet who's in business

7. become a member currently $10 per year

8. if you can't come to meetings vote ne proxy and hzve your say

these are passive ways to be involved in this org we don't all have to
come to meetings or to do days but please don;t be silent.

If anyone wants to just visit to see what's happening that's fine too we
won't pressure you to help out we'll just shpw you around and offer you

look forward to seeong everyone eventually

I know does this woman ever shut up :) I'm keen so I'll go now


On Sat, 15 Sep 2001, Bruce McCubbery wrote:

> :-)
> Thanks again Pen,
> Good to know the sign's costing nothing. I must say I'm uninclined to speak
> about VIC-only matters on the list but on the other hand I'd like to hear
> more about what's happening at the grassroots in the other states, too.
> When they do that I'll feel able to speak up again.
> Who reads the minutes? Not me. Surely there's a need for someone to keep
> everyone abreast of what's happening?
> Don't get me wrong, I'm certainly happy with every that's happened so far
> and understand the delays, I'm just on about what can be done by 'others'
> outside the normal Computerbank loops. Some will be happiest in the mailing
> list environment, not all, but as soon as possible we want it working the
> best it can..
> Regards, Bruce
> At 14:35 15/09/01 +1000, you wrote:
> >Most of this info can be found in the minutres which are posted on the
> >website  in the minutes repository.
> >At the moment Bruce things for vic are really for everyone and it's the
> >best way to keep all.

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