From:   jemcgloin@verizon.net
Sent time:   Thursday, October 06, 2011 7:52:49 PM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   Re: RE: [september17discuss] Salsa is offering their CRM tool
 

 Check out the calendar http://nycga.cc/calendar/
 
 
On 10/06/11, Elkind, Raphe<RElkind@countryschool.net> wrote:
I'm coming into town for the weekend from Connecticut and would like to participate.
Is there anything specific to attend or do we just head to the vicinity of Liberty Park?
Please advice.
Thanks,
Raphe


-----Original Message-----
From: september17@googlegroups.com on behalf of Charles Lenchner
Sent: Thu 10/6/2011 3:25 PM
To: september17@googlegroups.com
Subject: Re: [september17discuss] Salsa is offering their CRM tool

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?

Charles

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
> means!
>
> 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
> www.organizing20.org
>
>
>

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