[Imc-cambridge] sheffield report back
poon2000 at fastmail.fm
Thu Sep 29 10:28:03 PDT 2005
Yep, that'd be good. Cambridge Indy has certainly been pretty quiet in
recent times (I gave someone some Cam IMC postcards today and they said
something like "oh, are you starting it up again") and it'd be good to
discuss what we are/want to be and how we might get there.
I wonder if a more informal pub meeting might be a better environment
for such a discussion?
Maqui's mail (linked below) is a really good summary of some interesting
debates that are going on. I found it really useful as I've been feeling
a bit out of the loop. well worth a read!
On Thu, 2005-09-29 at 18:17 +0100, AndyT wrote:
> Interesting stuff, I wish I went to Sheffield now :)
> How about starting a discussion about just want we want IM Cambridge
> 'to be' and how we want to work with the UK network at our next
> meeting (3rd)?
> As it seems to be in a 'state of change' at the moment with people
> coming and going it might be a good time for a bit of soul searching?
> If we're public about it (feature on the website?) it might be more
> encouraging for new bods to get involved?
> I think it's fairly obvious that we need to do something to the
> Cambridge site / collective to give it a shot in the arm. It could be
> something quite simple like using a lot more of the content that's
> going up on IM UK for our site to make it look more 'active'?
> And being the web geeks that we are in Cambridge, I'm sure we can do
> some good brain storming about the local collectives and IM UK 'work
> together', in a techy / webby sense at least.
> On 29/09/05, hamish <mishd at fastmail.fm> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > Maqui has posted a long and very interesting report back of the
> > Sheffield meeting on the imc london list:
> > http://lists.indymedia.org/pipermail/imc-london/2005-September/0928-4u.html
> > happy reading
> > Hamish
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