Re: Bolger 'Wiki' shared knowledge
- I've just added a link for #426 Jinni. I couldn't figure how to make
it more direct, yet cover all the Jinni references there in the PDF
copies (Surf is there, others too). I think everyone readily sees
the only other Jinni link I know at Craig O'Donnell's famous Cheap
Pages (disregarding the many other references to Jim Michalak's boat
in his own webpages).
--- In email@example.com, Bruce Hallman <bruce@h...> wrote:
> On 8/30/05, pvanderwaart wrote:
> All that is missing to achieve a Bolger Wiki are volunteer(s) to
>I looked at the existing one and, computer geek though I am, I found
> it prohibitively confusing.
> Forget the term 'Wiki', it is unnecessary. All 'Wiki' means,
> (in my view), is: a collaborative collection of shared knowledge
> by a community.
> Wikipedia, though, is a astonishing example of a collaborative
> community. Posting and editing things there is a *little* hard,
> but they have excellent tutorials and tools, and that 'Wiki'
> is self healing so it can't really be harmed by beginner's
> The hard part to make happen is the 'community' and the 'shared
> We have most of that here already. A good direct thing that
> could be done now would be for people to fill in the details
> in the Bolger Yahoo group database. Also, perhaps, for
> people who are interested, to collect together links to Bolger
> related websites, in the 'Links' section of this Yahoo Group,
> and/or elsewhere(s). [Not to mention, more people could be
> creating Bolger related websites.]
> I wish, for instance, that someone would volunteer to maintain
> and update an index of the *recent* articles about Bolger boats
> published in _Messing About in Boats_. That collection could
> be kept in a new Yahoo Bolger group 'bibliography' database,
- Sorry about this delay, Kev. A whole lot of good reasons for this... Your inquiry ended up in the wrong hopper.
Thanks for your interest.
Yes both plans are available. 'Jochems' has been built a number of times. 'Amherst Galley' not yet, surprisingly, as she reflects a range of increasingly relevant issues between human-power, safety under sail, speed, light weight, etc.
Plans to build one boat, sent rolled in a tube, are:- #639 "William D. Jochems" on 5 sheets of 22"x34" = $300.-
- #643 "Amherst Galley" on 7 sheets of 22"x34" = $325.-
I hope that this still helps in your choice.
Susanne Altenburger, PB&F----- Original Message -----Sent: Thursday, June 07, 2012 4:43 AMSubject: [bolger] Amherst Galley
Hi, Just wondering if plans are available for the Amherst Galley, or the Jochems Schooner. Kev