[fc-uk-discuss] Response to the Guardian (was The BPI's
bb at biguzzard.co.uk
Mon Apr 10 10:20:11 BST 2006
Edited version fine by me.
The Guardian has one space every day for 'Responses' which are longer than a
normal letter, and take issue with something that's been published. A more
general piece on this subject would (imo) be a good candidate for this spot.
You might want to add a note asking what the editor thinks about this.
On 10/4/06 08:36, "Tim Cowlishaw" <timcowlishaw at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am going to send the letter off at 1PM today, so get your signatures
> on there / any revisions suggested before that time! Does anyone have
> any thoughts in what could be edited out? at present the letter is
> probably too long for publication, and I'm having a hard time deciding
> what should go.
> On 4/7/06, Tim Cowlishaw <timcowlishaw at gmail.com> wrote:
>> all sounds good to me!
>> should we set a deadline for adding signatures, and after that point i
>> will send the letter off?
>> On 4/7/06, Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock at okfn.org> wrote:
>>> I'd suggest that:
>>> a) everyone who wished to be a signatory be added in.
>>> b) have a format like:
>>> Joe Bloggs, Org for Balance in the Media
>>> Jane Bloggs, Nottingham UK
>>> c) Tim should head the list since he wrote the letter. I'd also be happy
>>> for him to be listed as representing Free Culture UK (though that is
>>> entirely up to him) e.g. Tim Cowlishaw, Free Culture UK (I could then be
>>> listed as representing the Open Knowledge Foundation). If this is
>>> unsatisfactory we can just go with:
>>> Tim Cowlishaw, Somewhere UK
>>> Rufus Pollock, Free Culture UK
>>> I've just amended the wiki page to reflect this.
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>>> fc-uk-discuss at lists.okfn.org
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