This is the gateway to Don Lubin's meeting place on co-ops. Especially retail food co-ops, and most especially Harvest Co-operative Supermarkets. Its purpose is to encourage discussion of issues important to the Co-op, and in some cases provide a conduit for feedback from Members to the Board.
It is also to help optimize the software and techniques involved, and to demonstrate the feasibility of this format.
To browse, use User Name "guest" and Password "city".
Harvest Co-operative Supermarkets does not maintain and is not responsible for this meeting site. Don Lubin is. There is a link from the HCS webpage to this site. Don Lubin has been a Board member of the Co-op since 1973.
The moderator is in charge. Personal attacks, some bad language,
commercialism, and even some inanity will not be tolerated. Read
the CitySource policies.
- You may read comments and dialogues (and multilogues?) on a variety of coop-related topics.
- You may post responses to them, start new topics, and ask questions.
- You may respond to a comment privately by e-mail.
- You may include in your comment a link to another site on the Web.
Bookmark the meeting address on your browser and you can go directly to the meeting next time.
- Getting a password
If you don't want to register yet, you can join the meeting by using the username "guest" and the password "city".
- The advantages of registering
If you register you get preference files on the MeetingWeb server to keep track of your read and unread comments and e-mail forwarding to the address of your choice. The lowest level of registration requires only a name and a zip code.
- Privacy Protections
Your registration information is never distributed by CitySource without your explicit permission.
Because MeetingWeb meetings are password-protected, they are not publicly archived and searchable like Usenet newsgroups.
- It is free and easy to register with CitySource. (Just keep track of your user name and password to sign onto the meeting.)
You can return here anytime (http://www.citysource.com/lubin/) to enter.
MeetingWeb Help is available from every page of MeetingWeb. Just click on the Help button. A Help button with a down arrow indicates context-specific help is available at the bottom of the page.
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