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From: Winter Siroco <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 11:10 PM
Subject: OWS online presence
Cc: beka economopoulos <firstname.lastname@example.org
Actually you are bringing a very interesting question. I just heard that occupywallst.org
is just a group of 4 individuals who do not necessarily respond to OWS. If that is true it is an untenable situation, and perhaps the reason of the unresponsiveness that I have also heard in many corners of the plaza. OWS should have direct online presence, with a LOT of working unemployed people, not a somehow "friendly" entity of a few people willing or not willing to post content.
On Sun, Oct 9, 2011 at 9:43 AM, Snafu <email@example.com>
I agree with Beka, the site of the GA should be more visible from
. As of now, there is the tab NYCGA, but it is
rather cryptic and I don't think it draws much attention/traffic.
Why don't we add a link on the right-hand column, right below the
Where, Help&Directions, etc that says something like
"New York City General Assembly: Working Groups, Minutes, and
It would also make a lot of sense to set up Working Groups lists
(e.g. sept17-outreach@...) that can be easily accessed from the
NYCGA web site.
On 10/8/11 12:27 PM, beka economopoulos wrote:
Where do we post minutes?
I know they go on this
, I think most people
don't know about this website, I don't see it linked to from
OccupyWallSt.org, and don't see instructions on the nycga.cc
site on where to email or post notes.
Is there a listserv for working group checkins and
coordination, and mtg minutes? Is this the one? Seems
like list this is more for discussion rather than working
business. Does it makes sense to have separate Sept17-discuss
and Sept17-WG lists?
Thanks, and apologies if this is the wrong forum.
Info Deck Team