Site to be archived

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Sonya, Coordinator, February 2, 2009
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The Relocalisation Network sites will be archived at the end of the month. It's sad to see them go, they certainly played an important part in getting some serious international networks happening and they helped us immensely when we were getting started. They sent us free DVDs, encouraged us enormously and made us feel part of something much, much bigger.

If you would like to keep up to date with what is happening on the Sunshine Coast and to some extent, what is happening around Australia, keep an eye on the www.seac.net.au website - I'll be keeping that up to date with details, events, articles and news. It will soon turn into the Transition Sunshine Coast website which will have much larger capacity and provide forums for people to link up in Australia with each other.

Thank you all for becoming members of this site, the SEAC site and also the Transition Town Eudlo site - and for your comments and opinions. I hope you continue to be involved in this movement of social change that is happening around the world to move from fossil fuels to a more resilient, equitable, relocalised future.

Best regards and good luck,
Sonya
Coordinator

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Lesley Gillett's picture

Re: Site to be archived



Good morning Sonya,
What is the reasoning behind the archiving? And are there better plans for info distribution on the horizon?
Best wishes,
Lesley
 
 
 
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From: Sonya
Sent: Monday, February 02, 2009 3:44 PM
Subject: Site to be archived

Author, Affiliation, Date: 
Sonya, Coordinator, February 2, 2009
Body: 

The Relocalisation Network sites will be archived at the end of the month. It's sad to see them go, they certainly played an important part in getting some serious international networks happening and they helped us immensely when we were getting started. They sent us free DVDs, encouraged us enormously and made us feel part of something much, much bigger.

If you would like to keep up to date with what is happening on the Sunshine Coast and to some extent, what is happening around Australia, keep an eye on the www.seac.net.au website - I'll be keeping that up to date with details, events, articles and news. It will soon turn into the Transition Sunshine Coast website which will have much larger capacity and provide forums for people to link up in Australia with each other.

Thank you all for becoming members of this site, the SEAC site and also the Transition Town Eudlo site - and for your comments and opinions. I hope you continue to be involved in this movement of social change that is happening around the world to move from fossil fuels to a more resilient, equitable, relocalised future.

Best regards and good luck,
Sonya
Coordinator