At Thursday’s Environment & Amenities Committee it was agreed that the Bicycle User Group (BUG) be consulted before any proposals which impacted cyclists were finalised. So I’ve been asked to find a BUG contact name to help distribute details of any proposals.
The contact person need only send out the information via the mailing list or the blog:
1. email: email@example.com
2. Blog: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/cyclingtowarwick/
If the email option is used, the contact person would have to forward whatever comments arose to whoever wanted the BUG’s opinions, as only people on the mailing list receive the BUG emails. That’s one of the reasons I prefer using the blog, as with that technology it’s easy to ensure that all comments on an entry are visible to any university member (or indeed any web user, if that’s how you set the parameters). Blog technology also handles images better than email and more than one comment can be seen at a time.
I can only fulfil the role of contact person up to June, as I’m departing the university at the end of the academic year.
Don’t be put off if you are not already registered as an administrator or author of the Blog, I can register you by inputting your “IT Services User Id” (mine’s pducbw) into an online form.
People registered as administrators of blogs.warwick.ac.uk/cyclingtowarwick/
Peter Elias, Robin Ball, Catherine Fenn, Richard Hicks, Alistair Lawry, Steve Rumsby, David Sait, Emily Polack, Mark Downes, Claudie Combelas, Tim Thornton, Andrew Dickerson, Andrew Marsh, Florian Theil, Jen Marsh, Trevor Brown, Sally Hicks, Sunil Chhita, Justine Pedler
I think that when someone adds a new entry or comments to an entry, all the people registered as administrators or authors are sent an email notification.
I’ll also email these words to firstname.lastname@example.org