Lorinne Anderson wrote:Would one have to join Permies, to purchase the book? Would one use that link you left, Paul, to steer a book buyer to permies
Lorinne Anderson wrote:Any ideas on whom in a community development or elected official capacity would be the most appropriate?
Secondly, would providing copies to local media be appropriate - perhaps allowing for broader distribution of the concepts within the book?
Does anyone have ideas on which parties would be most beneficial in promoting either the book or it's concepts to a broader audience?
I believe the book was said to be available on Amazon. When distributing the books should purchasing options be offered, and if so is it better to have them pursue membership in Permies, or better to show a link on Amazon?
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Why wouldn't we want to hear you sing???
We are open to two more boots! If you throw your hat in to this round of coming to the bootcamp, you must:
- arrive on November 15th around 3 or 4 in the afternoon
(or close to that for people that would be flying in)
- commit to a minimum of one week
(And, we hope, it is something that might last many months or even years)
The possible bunk arrangements at this moment look like this:
If this is you, then reply to this email. Of all the people that reply within 24 hours, the two people that have been on the list the longest will be selected.
discussion about the waiting list:
discussion about the bootcamp in winter: