Re: [ga] icannatlarge.com
You know, we're talking about creating a participatory membership.
Nationally, regionally and globally structured (probably?) I can't see
any reason why anyone who wants to participate in a membership of this
type would object to revealing who they are and where they are (e.g.,
Adam Peake, Tokyo, Japan, seems acceptable, no?) No email listing, no
telephone or fax numbers, or physical address that someone could farm
the lists for mailing addresses.
Joop Teernstra wrote:
> On 22:14 27/02/02 -0800, Rick H Wesson said:
> >names and locations publicly.
> >and that registrants agree to the policy before signing up.
> "Your postal and e-mail address will remain confidential."
> You make a good point that the publishing of name and city should be
> specifically agreed to.
> I'll add that in the next iteration, with permission of my editorial panel.
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