There are two things Graeme said I want to pick up on;
glambert wrote:Another organisation is the ORG.
I've always been quite good friends with ORG people and I completely agree. If anyone would like introducing to ORG central or local ORG activists give me a shout (preferably *by email*!).
glambert wrote:...however I had aimed to beat Tim Dobson's 0.6%, but nevermind, there's always next time!
'Next time' I'll have to make sure I'm able to defend (and raise) my, errr, 'fantastic' percentage.
Anyway, I'm very pleased that the videos I put out got such a big reception.
That was a *fun*, day by the way, despite the fact in snowed and rained on us! I slung those videos together *very* quickly and in fact the best parts were the bits with no editing needed.
I have a few ideas of how we could do things better, but the OES team do deserve a pat on the back for what they achieved none the less given the weather, location and situation.
Duke wrote:Perhaps someone (looking at you Scuzz) could write a sort of "Pirate Bible" - a document not necessarily for the public, but for members, with lists of all this evidence, all the studies, all the facts - containing arguments that can be used, common counter-arguments, that sort of thing.
This is a tremendously good suggestion. During the bi-election I was randomly emailing Loz links like http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/20 ... h-100bn-uk
A central place would be much more efficient and useful.
Right, who is going to make this happen?
I'll probably live to regret this, but sometimes you have to to "step up" to the challenge.
If you're going to help out, drop me an email; t.dobson at pirateparty.org.uk
If you're not going to help out, please send your suggestions to root@localhost
I have a few thoughts & suggestions about the party myself, but I think I'll leave them until the the Party Conference
Hope to see you all there!