Re: 1812 Web Organization
- In a message dated 5/30/99 8:22:04 AM Central Daylight Time,
<< I will take the silence that has greeted my recent "modest proposal" as
a) interest in hearing more, or
b) bafflement at what I was driveling on about.
Either way, I will therefore shortly be posting a more detailed proposal for
everyone's review (but the proposal itself will not, unfortunately, be
Other commitments make it unlikely that I will be able to get something out
much before mid-week, but I've been giving this a lot of thought and I think
I can promise a reasonably well-thought out, simple and workable system that
will allow the building of an amazing institution that will serve our
time-period very well. >>
First a question Jim, some time ago I copied out the entire NA code of
conduct and I was under the impression that you and Larry were in the process
of Americanising (or should that be Canadianising?) it for submission to the
1812 community. As the original code is already in use by the NABB and
accepted by 1BNAR who are NA affiliates might this not be a place to start?
In fact I was under the impression that this is where we were starting.
I believe we must build a vehicle that is geared to this side of the Atlantic
but do we really need to re-invent the wheel?