[hbpm] HawkesBay.pm Website?
george at metaart.org
Tue Nov 20 17:39:49 PST 2007
thanks for speaking to my concerns.
p.s.since i live in california,
i likely will not be:
* coming to meetings (if there are any)
* a good possibility for coordinating the group
however, i guess i could try to stir up
some discussion on the list.
On Monday 19 November 2007 22:31, Jacinta Richardson wrote:
> > is anyone else having a problem accessing the website?
> > does anyone know what's going on?
> > when i looked on perl mongers.
> > i did not find HawkesBay.pm listed.
> > does that seem right?
> Every few years or so, the PM Groups Leader (it was Dave Cross, but I think
> he's passed the baton on) seems to get an itch to cull the PM groups that
> appear inactive. The greatest was in 2002 and another followed the census
> at the end of 2005 (http://www.pm.org/census/2005/). Since Hawkes Bay
> apparently survived both of those, I don't know why it's lost its status
> now, but its not irrevocable.
> The two most important criteria for "active" seems to be
> * Does the PM group leader respond to emails from the PM GRoups Leader?
> * Is the website even slightly/remotely current?
> To resurrect the group, we need Daniel Hopkirk to contact support at pm.org
> following the below instructions:
> To keep it alive, it would help if the list had more discussion, and if you
> met occasionally (even once every three months) while updating that
> information on your website. There are some useful hints on running a
> successful PM group available:
> If Daniel Hopkirk isn't interested in running the group anymore, he can
> cede that responsibility to anyone he chooses. Once the group is
> re-recognised (which is important as otherwise the list might also be
> culled), it should have a website and be listed on www.pm.org again. It's
> also allowable to have more than one person registered (with their own
> WebDAV details) as website maintainers.
> All the best,
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