[nafex] NAFEX on Facebook
Road's End Farm
organic87 at frontiernet.net
Mon Sep 22 21:25:56 EDT 2014
Not sure I'm following all of this.
Are you saying the following:
-- that in order to be able to post to such a page each poster would have to be a manager
-- that no more than 50 people therefore could be allowed to post
-- that anyone who could post could also edit and/or delete everyone else''s posts, not only their own?
If so, I can see very large disadvantages to that over an email list, or for that matter over a decently-run message board (though the email list has the advantage over a message board that it's not necessary to sign in, nor to deal with ads.)
-- Rivka; Finger Lakes NY, Zone 6A now I think
Fresh-market organic produce, small scale
On Sep 22, 2014, at 9:15 PM, Lawrence London wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 22, 2014 at 7:39 PM, Lawrence London <lfljvenaura at gmail.com>
> I ran across the most perfect Google resource for an organization, one that
>> NAFEX ought to use. I posted about this to my PC list and will crosspost
>> that to this thread as soon as I locate it tonight. I put together a fair
>> amount of info and links to documentation about it. It starts at Google+
>> with a system intended for organizations, non profit or corporate. Its easy
>> to set up and maintain; can submit posts for public or private viewing, can
>> have a management team and original ownership (the person who created the
>> page) of the site can be changed to one or more other people. Setting this
>> up is not time consuming, nor is maintenance so NAFEX ought to take a
>> serious look at using this free resource. The midfex list community too.
>> I'll post more into later tonight.
> This is it:
> From my post to the PC list:
> I found a great page that describes "managing a Google+ page as a team":
> More: "This week, Google+ enabled up to 50 people
> at a time to manage Google+ brand pages. Since brand pages are how
> organizations manage their presence on Google+, many page owners need to
> give multiple team members the ability to edit and moderate. Yesterday's
> not only allows a large team to control the page, it allows transfer of
> ownership. So if one person created your page but someone else needs to be
> in charge of it, the creator can transfer that power. The Google+ interface
> is a little busy, so here's a step-by-step guide for how to change managers
> of a Google+ page. Managers have all the same powers
> as owners except for two key things: they can't delete the page, and they
> can't transfer ownership. Otherwise, both owners and managers can add and
> remove new managers, view the roster of managers (including their email
> addresses), adjust the page's settings (like notifications), and, most
> importantly, do page actions like post content and edit circles."
> So, this provides one with the ability to delete or edit pages or content
> within pages, i.e. posts and comments, as the need arises.
> Also, in combination with Google Drive (Google Docs) and Google Sites
> (website) allows us to create archives of discussion threads and documents
> in various formats. Google Drive provides space for spreadsheets and
> documents created in many other formats. Archives of photos, videos,
> YouTube video channel, multimedia, sketches, blueprints, audio (stored in
> Sites or Drive or embedded in a Video with a single static image or
> slideshow) can be created and stored for free using Google resources.
> Having a YouTube channel for the list would be an effective to post videos
> for the organization's community. Google+ allows creation of media
> galleries within each page, easily accessed by the public and easily
> So as an extension to a mailing list or website one can have the following:
> Google+ page, Google Site, YouTube Channel, Google Drive (Google Docs).
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