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Re: Blue Sky/ TPB/ IGS Board Meeting

  • Subject: Re: Blue Sky/ TPB/ IGS Board Meeting
  • From: David Barrett mentha@beeb.net
  • Date: Fri, 8 Nov 2002 07:58:42 -0000


The IGSRobin is a discussion forum set up through a member of the IGS
for ordinary members to contact each other. There was no other Pelargonium
or Geraniaceae Mailing List at the time. It was opened up to non-members
of the IGS, but retained the name by demand, even when asked as recently
as last year. If  there are IGS Board members on this List they join as
ordinary members of the List and not as representatives of the IGS Board.
Whilst discussion about the IGS, and possible new ideas for it's improvement
are entirely appropriate on the List, if you wish to submit anything to the
Board or complain about a lack of response by the Board then use the emails
provided in GATW, or the postal addresses. The can be no presumption that
a response should follow from anything sent to this List.

Whether or not the US membership of the IGS wish to make it compulsory for
Board membership to have a computer, email facilities and forced to take
part in this Mailing List discussion is to me is verging on the edge of "off
topic", which should be plants. However the name is The "IGS" Robin,
so ....

David Barrett
IGSRobin List Manager

Email discussion group for Geraniaceae

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