RE: co-housing v.s. old-fashioned neighborliness
From: Deb Smyre (dsmyreprimenet.com)
Date: Mon, 18 May 1998 09:43:53 -0500
At 06:46 PM 5/16/98 -0500, Rob Sandelin wrote:
>It is very useful when you post your name to include what cohousing group
you 
>are involved with and where that is. 
>
>I personally find it annoying sometimes when people who are not involved at 
>all in cohousing jump into this list and then proceed to tell those of us
who 
>are involved how we should be doing it. Its a small ego thing I have I guess.

I'm interested in co-housing and joined this list to get information
straight from the source -- residents themselves.   While I understand not
wanting to be dictated to by outsiders, I'd like to think the list is open
to questions and opinions shared by anyone, whether they're card-carrying
members of a cohousing group already, or not.  The discussion on
cohousing-L is my first "flavor" of how cohousing residents think and
interact.  It's a bit ironic to see you're annoyed by non-members'
suggestions when cohousing is supposed to be about inclusiveness, IMHO.

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