It occurred to me that it might be useful to include David Reed in the route for this msg. David, hoping you will have time to comment on the notes below. The hack4dean guys are building a network to support regime change and then some. best, Jon L. [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 02:41:44PM -0500, Jon Lebkowsky wrote: One other point about Deanster: you might get some flak from Friendster if you combine that concept with that name. The Friendster guys aren't necessarily Dean supporters. Zephyr, you might discuss with legal whether there's
Thing is, I recall Zack's first posts regarding this vision on the coffeehouse list. He was carrying on about decentralized organic networks and reeds law and so forth... I could hear the eyes roll. But he got my attention because I see the cosmos as an organic, adaptive, interconnected
Clarification needed: we're looking at the hosting options, and if I understand correctly, a4d is moving but the node concept is stalled and may generate a project that is not focused on one specific candidate or org. Is that correct? I think we need to clarify the hosting requirements for the
Are there some legal resources out there (part of the h4d group) to run with this issue? It is a track that can run parallel to other sub-projects. Maybe the campaign can point volunteer legal help this way?
Excellent start to a FAQ that should be hosed at the h4d site and then packaged with the installation tarball. Heh... hope you meant 'hosted'... :)