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Re: ... & bulletin (Off topic)

Tom Tadfor Little wrote:
>  Well, sure...I know it too, from editing the Aril Society Yearbook
> three years running.

Then - Why don't editors assign articles to be written?  I give people 
assignments and stay on them until they come through.  (Be quiet KAthy 
Guest)  As far as content - Since Regions (Some of them) have 
publications, Focus on the big picture, plenty of culture; focus on 
different parts of the country; different types of iris; - (Not everyone 
belongs to sections, but this might stimulate some activity) SOme 
scientific areas, but not thesis on genetics of species.  That should be 
a good start.  MAybe highlight a Region and their activities!  The ideas 
are endless.  
You are right, Terry is taking interest in what people want.  He has 
written editors which is a giant step in the right direction.
I just wish Terry was online and could enter this discussion. (Scott, 
hint, hint, hint)


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