[Imc-uk-features] vanunu feature for thurs 30th (today)]
npg20 at hermes.cam.ac.uk
Thu Sep 30 01:22:48 PDT 2004
On Thu, 30 Sep 2004 radged01 at fastmail.fm wrote:
> thanks for sorting the article and proposing it elsewhere. you are
> right, links to the guardian are not good. i worked with some stuff i
> was given and didn't have time to find alternative (better) sources.
> next time.
yo, I came up with most of the links for this feature. I couldn't find any
direct coverage anywhere else of Vanunu's actual release - plenty of stuff
about it `coming up' or `having happened' but not much else on the day
itself - even on indymedia! We could however replace the Guardian
which describes various celebrations that took place on the day, including
some people doing an action at Northwood barracks near London. I'll make
the change to the link sometime soon - if there's any objections we can
always change it back again. If someone finds a better link please put
that in instead.
> On Thu, 30 Sep 2004 01:53:08 +0100, "ekes" <ekes at riseup.net> said:
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>> GarconDuMonde wrote:
>> | radged - this is a great article.
>> | if u are still awake, you might like to propose it to global as well
>> | (there is a 6hour limit, rather than 24 like on uk).
>> | the one suggestion i would have is to remove some of the 'corporate'
>> | links especially the guardian - i am sure all the papers covered his
>> | release adn it is not appropriate, i don't think, for imc to be
>> | advertising the guardian. and maybe there are more links
>> | on imc sites as well, i don't know... (did u know there was an
>> | israel.indymedia.org as well?)
>> I've posted on the UK site, as it is today and the article was
>> originally proposed yesterday. I've changed the links to make clear
>> where they are going.
>> | anyway, send it to www-features at lists.indymedia.org - it'd be great
>> | to see it up.
>> I'll post a proposal to www-features.
>> - --
>> irc://irc.indymedia.org/uk xmpp:ekes at jabber.org.uk
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