Permaculture FAQ project
sals at rain.org
Thu Sep 8 08:56:31 EDT 1994
I would like to hook up my homwpage to these faq if they are in the www
format let me know thanks
On Wed, 7 Sep 1994, Lawrence F. London, Jr. wrote:
> On Wed, 7 Sep 1994, Steve Diver wrote:
> > To permaculture-mg:
> > This is a call for assistance in developing a 'Permaculture FAQ'.
> > While permaculture-mg is managed through an almanac server
> > at twosocks.ces.ncsu.edu, once we generate the FAQ it can
> > be loaded onto agriculture gopher sites. For example,
> > permaculture has its own file in the Sustainable
> > Agriculture Information files at Sunsite.unc.edu. Also,
> > there's probably an alt.something on Usenet where such a
> > FAQ could reside.
> alt.sustainable.agriculture - just post the faq to permaculture-mg
> via unix mail in a cron event and it will appear in a.s.a courtesy of the
> mail-news gateway set up at UNC.
> If the format of the faq meets the standard set by the news.answers
> newsgroup then it could be periodically posted to that group and be
> archived at rtfm.mit.edu.
> > I see this FAQ developing on permaculture-mg in two ways.
> > The first is listing a set of questions as in the format
> > above. The second is posting definitions, descriptive
> > paragraphs, and resources onto this network for public
> > access. I volunteer to compile and edit the FAQ.
> Do you want us to e-mail you documents for possible inclusion
> in the faq? You might want to peruse the permaculture ftp/gopher
> area on sunSITE.
> > Larry London (of SunSite fame) asked me to work on
> > this FAQ a while back. One of the reasons I bring this
> > up now is that I have a permaculture talk scheduled next
> > week and it occured to me how useful such a FAQ *would*
> > be :-) as a handout.
> Check out sunSITE; you might find enough material there to
> make up a good distribution document.
> > If you have any ideas or comments on this Permaculture FAQ,
> > let's hear 'em.
> How about someone building permaculture multimedia WebPages (WWW). :-)
> > Also, why not a FAQ on Organic Farming, Crop Rotations,
> > Sustainable Agriculture, Biodynamic Farming, Nature Farming,
> > Biological Farming, etc.?
> Absolutely. Let's do it. I've already made some headway on this
> project at sunSITE.
> Lawrence F. London, Jr. - london at sunSITE.unc.edu
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