[pp.int.general] Is anyone still active
andrew.norton at pirate-party.us
Fri Aug 17 02:57:41 CEST 2007
Maybe monthly, or biweekly (1st and 16th?)
On Fri, 17 Aug 2007 00:43:00 +0200, "Amelia Andersdotter" <teirdes at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 17/08/07, Andrew Norton <andrew.norton at pirate-party.us> wrote:
>> It seems that where a month or two back, we were all full of fire and
> vinegar, things
>> mostly seem to have quietened down. No-one's really talking to each
> other, and even
>> your IRC channels seem pretty empty. No-one is talking, or communicating
>> more, and thats bad. We need to talk, to communicate, especially if
> things are going
>> to work well in 09.
> Sweden has been moderately busy trying to talk itself into
> disapproving the EU Reform Treaty. Or, rather. We already disapprove
> strongly, but we've talked about that on our forum. I think that's
> rather important for 2009.
> http://eureferendum.blogspot.com/2007/08/binary-treaty.html <-- that
> is the link, in case anyone has missed it.
> Apart from that, in Sweden a lot of the different sections are doing
> different things. There was a really successful campaign in the north
> where our Young Pirates visited Stora Noliamässan (in Swedish between
> 4th-12th August:
> http://stefanflod.blogspot.com/). We're also trying to figure out how
> we're going to get money.
> Provided that Rick manages some fund raising in the US it might be
> feasible talking further about the plans for representatives that
> exist on the PPI Wiki (not official name), but as far as I have heard
> he doesn't have any information on this yet?
> I haven't heard any on the list from Florian Hufsky for a while, but
> they done a big job in June already, and Austria does deserve some
> time off. So does Rick.
> Ah. I was going to say, I think that most of what everyone in Sweden
> is trying to do is spread the word to the population at large, rather
> than just the people who regularly hang out at our forum. We're stuck
> on money, of course. There's a newsletter project that currently
> doesn't have funding which is national.
> Every other Swedish person on the list is obviously free to contradict
> me in any way they wish provided I'm wrong.
>> I wish I knew what half you lot were upto, what your status' are, or
> even the last big thing you're involved with. I'll also add this - if
> people need help with things, i'll do my best to help, within my
> abilities. Yet, it seems mostly that a cattle-prod up the backside is
> what's needed.
>> Andrew Norton
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