[imc-sheffield] From the grave...
dan at aktivix.org
Tue Nov 30 13:52:18 PST 2004
It's not like there isn't a lot going on either... A palestine-Israel
debate tonight at the Uni; a meeting at the weekend about disability
cuts, which saw the launch of a new Sheffield Network; plans afoot to
level Spital Hill... (which I'm just writing about now, actually!
Should get up there tomorrow...)
Partly, I'd hoped that the workshop would lead to a good group of people
who liked covering such things, which would offer support and a
co-operative space, whilst always being open and supportive to new-comers...
>There clearly is a problem with the lack of content on the
>Sheffield site... we seem to have a feature once a month
>at the moment..
>I guess we either need to get and do more coverage of
>things or try to encorgage others to do so -- for example
>some other regions have got coverage up of the protests
>against the attack on Fallujah, but I can't even remember
>seeing one report of anything in Sheffield on the
>On Tue 30-Nov-2004 at 08:07:25PM +0000, Dan wrote:
>>Here's an idea I've been mulling over - maybe we say
>>that the workshops feed into a two-monthly fanzine. I
>>think, perhaps, peeps would get a little more excited
>>about the idea of a hard copy, even if it was just two
>>sides of icky A4.
>>Maybe the workshop could aim to get a quick and dirty
>>one out, and see where things went from there. That
>>would give it a target - first workshop two months
>>before the Quick and Dirty One (QADO!) came out.
>Yeah why not, did you see the one that was done like this
>for the last weekend in London:
>It basically used the text from the latest features on the
>>On the Drum - yeah, it's good, but quite difficult to
>>get into! I came to a meeting recently, and couldn't
>>actually get in, or attract anyone's attention. Not good
>>for attendance. Easily solved by giving a phone-number,
>>I suppose, though.
>Indeed, you basically need to either leave the back door
>open or have someone inside watching out for anyone who
>turns out and wants to get in and this is not so easy to
>do it the meeting is in the back room...
>Perhaps they could get a door bell?
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