[Strawbale]Re: Strawbale digest, Vol 1 #354 - 2 msgs
jc10508 at alltel...
Wed May 5 05:09:09 CEST 2004
GSBN only occasionally exchanges messages among the group. GSBN is not "a
'traditional' media/government pressure/action group" as you suggest. It
serves The Last Straw journal well as a means of communicating with people
who have organized and are involved in state and regional associations so
that we can keep in touch with them about developments in their
organizations and areas and as a source for articles and journal content,
and it also provides a group of resource people who have been involved in
the sb community as leaders, developers, researchers and information sources
as we prepare and seek articles and content for the journal. If you want to
see the results of the GSBN, subscribe to The Last Straw journal
(www.thelaststraw.org) and you will see the results of our group. The
members of the group also contribute regularly and give a great deal of
their time and expertise to those on the SB-r-us and REPP lists.
on 5.4.2004 1:05 AM, mklough at pobox... at mklough at pobox... wrote:
>> Message: 2
>> Date: Mon, 03 May 2004 09:01:33 -0500
>> Subject: Re: [Strawbale]Global Straw Bale Networks
>> From: Joyce Coppinger <jc10508 at alltel...>
>> To: <strawbale at amper....muni.cz>
>> Reply-To: strawbale at amper....muni.cz
>> The GSBN is a small email list composed of representatives of regional
>> organizations and other non-affiliated key individuals involved in the
>> general advancement of straw-bale and other straw-use building materials
>> and techniques. The intentionally small number of members range from highly
>> experienced professionals to well informed lay people.
>> The costs of operating the list have lately been underwritten by The Last
>> Straw Journal in exchange for use of the GSBN as an advisory board and
>> technical editing arm.
> Thankyou Joyce
> You have me intrigued me now of course, and I wonder as you have been
> so explicit in your summary above whether I could enquire as to the
> purpose of the GSBN list? Is it perhaps a "traditional"
> media/government pressure/action group ? I wonder how an
> intentionally small number of members is beneficial in this regard?
> The obvious benefit to TLS would be editorial resource development
> but what are the "benefits" to participants, access to knowledge
> denied to those on the REPP or SB-R-US lists?
> Or have I asked too many questions for my own good already?
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