[permaculture] PCPlantDB mailing lists, lists for the online permaculture plant database project & other little-used lists - should we keep them?
heidehermary at pacificcoast.net
Fri Oct 4 15:00:03 EDT 2002
I didn't even know there was such a list.
I've placed my wishlist for a plant data base on the wiki. Don't think
anybody has commented. SOUL will have a plant database up on their site
by about January or so in any case. I know we're not purely
permaculture, but definitely related, and choosing the right plant for
the right place and purpose is a huge part of what we do. If anybody
wants to let me know THEIR wishlist, I'll try and incorporate that info.
I don't know, maybe eventually it'll all be one database. We (SOUL)
can't create it any faster, but when it's done we'll be happy to share.
Lawrence F. London, Jr. wrote:
> PCPlantDB mailing lists, lists for the online permaculture plant
> database project - should we keep them?
> I hate to say use them or lose them but do we need to revive this
> project? will it go anywhere?
> will the Open Permaculture Project's Permaculture Wiki replace this
> I hate to keep lists around if they aren't being used. Can we arrive
> at a consensus about this?
> I can, of course just leave them where they are in case they are
> needed at some future time.
> The list names are:
> pc-cam Permaculture In Cameroon
> pc-europe Permaculture in Europe, Great Britain and Scandinavia -
> Are these being used and if not do we need to keep them?
> I am starting a new one called organic-gardening for those interested:
> organic-gardening at lists.ibiblio.org
> and there's still seedsavers, which I plan to keep:
> seedsavers at lists.ibiblio.org
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