New Go! Alliance Website

Omar@Go-Alliance
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New Go! Alliance Website

Postby Omar@Go-Alliance » Mon Jan 28, 2013 6:49 pm

Hi everyone,

We have just updated the Go! Alliance website to become a platform for highlighting activities among cycling and other sustainable transport supporters. The site is meant to complement discussions and initiatives here and elsewhere.

We plan to catalogue and keep together reference materials and any other media that could prove helpful to others trying to better understand relevant issues or preparing to take action themselves to promote change. Also case studies and "how-to" create change guides. These can be submitted by anyone in each sub category with the "Submit Article" button. Contributions will be subject to assessment to ensure relevancy.

Linking back and forth to BN and other sites is what we anticipate as a natural flow between discussion and researching or taking action.

We would welcome your constructive inputs to tune the site to be more useful and work effectively for the community. Comments here or at info@go-alliance.net

We are working on very modest resources so also welcome any potential sponsors and site editors/contributors to help us develop this further. Providers of relevant products and services are also encouraged to be a part.

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find_bruce
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Re: New Go! Alliance Website

Postby find_bruce » Mon Jan 28, 2013 7:21 pm

A link to the website seems like a good idea
http://go-alliance.net/
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Omar@Go-Alliance
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Re: New Go! Alliance Website

Postby Omar@Go-Alliance » Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:05 pm

find_bruce wrote:A link to the website seems like a good idea
http://go-alliance.net/

Now why didn't I think of that? :oops:

Yes,
http://www.Go-Alliance.net

And don't forget the current campaign
http://www.communityrun.org/petitions/yes-minister

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