as I am COMPLETELY new to standards and techniques for organization on wikis, this is my best guess on how to organize the AAG content please (especially chris, lonny and curt), point out my mistakes --David.reber 12:20, 10 April 2008 (PDT)

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Hello all, I don't have any time for serious work on this, but I have had some ideas and I wanted to get your thoughts on them.

When I was first thinking about starting lists for research projects and social business ideas, I was thinking it would build momentum for AAG. However, that isn't happening and I am now afraid these extra to-do's might distract us.

I therefore propose we focus on compiling the project data-base for now. (and remove the links on the Appropedia Action Groups page)

Over the course of the next few weeks, we will compose a "request for projects". I will get ahold of the marketing club here at SFSU to refine it.

Then we will email that request for projects to our contacts in the hopes that it will get forwarded to many interested persons.

We then spend the summer compiling the responses. Then, in early september (when college clubs start) We will send out a similar request for organizations.

I am making it a personal policy from now on to post any proposed AAG policy changes here a few days before I impliment them so as to get your thoughts if you have them. As always I invite your bluntest criticisms.

--David.reber 18:53, 17 April 2008 (PDT)