|Re: The spelling of the word (fwd)||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Cohousing-L listmgr (fholsonmtn.org)|
|Date: Thu, 29 Aug 1996 12:25:58 -0500|
richardl [at] spork.callamer.com is the author of the message below but due to a listproc problem it was posted by the COHOUSING-L list manager: owner-cohousing-L [at] cohousing.org ******************** FORWARDED MESSAGE FOLLOWS *********************** Wellllll, Chuck should get thirty lashes with a wet noodle from the consistancy committee. Just yesterday, I recieved a letter from his office requesting an address update for the contact list. Throughout the letter, they used the spelling "CoHousing" whether it was the name of a group or cohousing in general. Also, Chucks dba "The CoHousing Company" uses that suspicious capital 'H'. Furthermore, in the early days, Chuck and Katie (along with Innovative Housing) produced the 'CoHousing' newsletter and, I believe, developed the logo still in use. I vote (I mean propose, oops) that we get Chuck to sign on to this list to directly answer these charges! Semanticly sarcasic, Rich Lobdill Grell cohousing Group, Inc. Oceano, CA > >I know this a bit trivial, but I think that the proper spelling of our word >be discussed. >I've just spent a good deal of time with Chuck Durrett and Chris Hanson. I >brought up the spelling issue. >It's my feeling that we should do our best to have one standardized spelling. >Chuck and Chris both feel that the proper spelling is, and should be . . . . >. cohousing. >No capital 'H' no hyphen. Just cohousing. > >That's what I'm going with. > >Gary Shlifer - Synergy Cohousing - Delray Beach, Fl. > > >
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