|From:||shaista husain <email@example.com>|
|Sent time:||Thursday, October 06, 2011 2:33:36 PM|
|Subject:||Re: [september17discuss] Salsa is offering their CRM tool|
HI i would also like to participate in this, i have been collecting
people's names and working group info, i have several pages here. I
gave two to someone in internet, no one is getting back to anyone.
Seems there is too much work to do and serious gaps in our
organization. I tried to add some working groups to the list as well,
meeting times, trying to contact group "leaders" or point of contact.
Yes i have been around OWS since the get go, but just for
clarification--how much is this lack of trust going to be a cover for
lack of democratic participation?
On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 4:21 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Does August 16th count? :-)
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> From: David DeGraw <David@AmpedStatus.com>
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> Date: Thu, 06 Oct 2011 16:10:32 -0400
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Subject: Re: [september17discuss] Salsa is offering their CRM tool
> whoever takes on Salsa / DIA project has to be a 100% trusted 99%er ;-) It
> would be very dangerous to leave this task to someone who has not been
> around from the get go
> On 10/6/2011 3:25 PM, Charles Lenchner wrote:
> I passed grimwomyn's email address to the salsa folks.
> I do wonder about something.... there is an 'internet working group' with
> minutes posted on the nycga site. I've added comments a few times asking
> about a crm, etc. I offered to help. No one wrote back to me.... which is
> fine. My wondering is about which working group would be taking ownership of
> salsa? And what about the possibility that the internet working group is
> working on something parallel? Or the media working group? Who could we say
> is 'representing' OWS in all matters pertaining to CRM usage?
> On Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 3:17 PM, David DeGraw <David@ampedstatus.com> wrote:
>> just saw this, inbox a mess. We have used Salsa / DIA since they first
>> launched. It would be an excellent tool to create a mailing list and a
>> petition-like way of taking in online votes for demands and other actions.
>> This would be a VITAL tool. who can make sure it happens?
>> On 10/5/2011 3:40 PM, Charles Lenchner wrote:
>> Hey all...
>> I just joined the list and plan to introduce myself. But I learned
>> something and wanted to get it in the right hands - it's unclear what that
>> Salsa is a Constituent Relationship Manager. It is used by political
>> groups and nonprofits on the progressive side of the fence. They would like
>> to offer use if this product to Occupy Wall Street for free. It's a great
>> tool that I'm familiar with - it does email blasting, list building,
>> integrates with fundraising pages, signups, advocacy actions, letters to the
>> editor, events management, etc.
>> Folks might have various opinions about using this. My question is: which
>> group or committee is qualified to make a decision on such a thing on behalf
>> of 'Occupy Wall Street'?
>> I beg forgiveness if this was discussed previously - the NYCGA site didn't
>> include any mention of it that I could find, so it seemed a bit like an
>> orphan issue.
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Charles Lenchner
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