[discuss] /1net Steering/Coordination Commitee

Jeremy Malcolm jeremy at ciroap.org
Sat Dec 21 03:45:01 UTC 2013

On 21 Dec 2013, at 11:41 am, John Curran <jcurran at arin.net> wrote:

>> To not insist that the range of additional voices to whom community
>> informatics is pointing (unfortunately in the absence of other and more
>> powerful voices) is I believe to act irresponsibly and unconscionably in
>> relation to those people and to all of those whose voices are not being
>> given an opportunity to be heard in these forums.
> Given the importance of this matter, why don't you invite one of chosen
> CS individuals to participate in the CI network?  It should not be that 
> difficult for someone to bring issues up and seek insights from the CI 
> community, and that is no different than what these folks will likely be 
> doing when coalescing input from other communities. 

Yes and conversely, Michael already also participates on the IGC and Best Bits, providing perspectives from the community informatics network.

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