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Re: WAS Donna SS - Now AERC

FWIW, if there's something you like or dislike about EN, you might let them
know about it.  I don't think the office staff is on RC and I *do* know for
a fact that they put an awful lot of time and effort into figuring out how
to improve it, which mostly goes by unsung (as does most efforts of

The editorial staff doesn't "make policy" as far as I know, but a word of
thanks and 'hey, I really liked what you did last month, here's a
suggestion' would go a long ways.  Same goes for any other volunteer for
that matter (even, heaven forbid, a BoD member).  Smiles and an attaboy do

Just a thought.

Susan G

----- Original Message -----
From: Kathy Mayeda <>
To: Bob Morris <>; Roger Rittenhouse-vmaxept
<>; RideCamp <>
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2000 7:21 PM
Subject: RC: WAS Donna SS - Now AERC

> The good thing about the "DSS minor incident" is that the BOD may get
> to revisit this issue?  Not necessarily about DSS specifically, but
> about the direction that Endurance News is taking and what role it
> needs to function for AERC.  It did bring to my awareness that I know
> little about how the board functions and what decisions have been
> made and are about to be made.  I had a board member reply to one of my
> RideCamp posts to watch how people vote on the BOD to measure how I
> will vote for DAL.  I then asked him how I could find out how they vote,
> Especially since I'm a relatively new member. No answer.  Maybe you
> have one for me.
> I hope that the educational content of EN will expand.  Hopefully
> someone will step up to the plate soon and contribute to fill that
> void, because those articles are what I enjoy the most out of EN.
> I spend some of my downtime this weekend to sort through all
> my EN copies.  I will keep most of the educational articles and
> toss the time sensitive material.  I DO refer back to these articles!
> I would also like EN to be more of an "outreach" publication - both
> in terms of reaching out to its current membership for decision-making
> input, and to be available for interested non-members on a subscription
> basis. This could only improve EN by increasing the circulation for the
> vendors and getting the public interested in endurance.
> The time sensitive issues are important, too!
> k.
> >>This entire controversy is becoming quite interesting. >>....
> It is time the membership took a true interest in the functioning of
> this
> organization. If they did there would be no complaints such as have been
> expressed over the DSS minor incident.
> Bob Morris>>
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