Re: RESOURCES wasFacebook page
From: Georgette Vigil (Georgettewhdc.com)
Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2011 07:54:25 -0800 (PST)
You can join the Cohousing Association of the US Facebook and the National 
Cohousing Conference page on Facebook.

Type Cohousing Association of the US

And
National Cohousing Conference 

To located the pages. 

Georgette Vigil
Marketing Director
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-----Original Message-----
From: Laura Fitch [mailto:lfitch [at] krausfitch.com] 
Sent: Friday, December 02, 2011 8:35 AM
To: Cohousing-L
Subject: [C-L]_ RESOURCES wasFacebook page


BTW, I am working on a compilation of some of the best resources and
policies that we (national organization board members) currently have
collected.  I will publish that soon to cohousing-l to solicit missing
material.  Once that is collected it will be available on the resources
page of cohousing.org.  In the meanwhile if your community has some good
policies and you want to forward them to me, that would be greatly
appreciated.

Laura Fitch, AIA, LEED-BD-C
Kraus-Fitch Architects
110 Pulpit Hill Rd.
Amherst, MA  01002

   - lfitch [at] krausfitch.com


Board Member, Cohousing Association of US
www.cohousing.org

On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 8:37 PM, Moz <list [at] moz.geek.nz> wrote:

>
> Marty Roberts
> > Coho-L has been more than wonderful, but I find weeding through all
> > the emails tedious and hard to find a topic of current interest
> > and hard to see a discussion all in one place.
>
> Perhaps try switching away from the digest to individual emails and
> using a threaded view? Or reading online via the archive, in threaded
> view? Like this:
>
> http://lists.cohousing.org/archives/cohousing-l/threads.html
>
> I think splitting the cohousing list is overkill as a solution.
>
> > Facebook would allow us to see and add to the discussion all in
> > one place.
>
> Two places. Unless you propose destroying this list as a way
> to force list members to use facebook, I suspect many people will
> not make the transfer. For that matter, how is facebook better than
> google plus for this exercise? Or PhpBB, mediaWiki, skype or IRC?
>
> Moz
>
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-- 
Laura Fitch, AIA, LEED-AP
Kraus-Fitch Architects
110 Pulpit Hill Rd.
Amherst, MA  01002
lfitch [at] krausfitch.com

Board Member, Cohousing Association of US
www.cohousing.org
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