|Re: knowing what committees do||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Mark Brophy (mbrophynetcom.com)|
|Date: Mon, 27 Jun 94 10:55 CDT|
On Mon, 27 Jun 1994 NEVETS2 [at] aol.com wrote: > Online would help? > > meetings for the sake of community - could profit handsomely if a BBS system > was built in to the community that included a librry for uploading and > downloading (minutes, deeds to property, atty's agreements, etc. etc.), > conferencing for ongoing "meetings", chatting - oh why not! - and Email. > > Do any CoHousing communities have such built in networks - like having a > networked home computer is a requirement for membership? If so how does it > help? if it happened in mid stream, was an improvement in communicatioon > noted after it was up and running? Is anyone planning to install one? > > Steve Weinberg > Lurker for the Kibbutz movement In San Francisco a few months ago 3 people were advertising on ba.market.housing for roommates in a large house where they could all share a 56K ISDN line. A CoHousing group could use that idea and treat it as a shared resource like a wood shop. It's be particularly good for a place with a lot of high school students. Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, CA and other schools have set up Web servers, so why not a CoHousing group?
- Re: knowing what committees do, (continued)
- Re: knowing what committees do Rob Sandelin, June 27 1994
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