[HacktionLab] ***SPAM*** Fwd: Anti-fracking groups looking for Wordpress training
us2cool at gmail.com
Wed Feb 5 09:14:25 UTC 2014
I can probably help around London and am part of the London WordPress
meetup so have access to some potentially useful people
On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 9:06 AM, Mick Fuzz <mickfuzz at clearerchannel.org>wrote:
> On 05/02/14 00:00, chris at cataspanglish.com wrote:
> I didn't see the original message - what is needed? I can probably help out
> Sorry Chris,
> See the original below.
> On Wed, 05 Feb 2014 00:51:06 +0100, m wrote:
> > Depending on what they want I can help out in the London area.
> > If there's another writing sprint for floss manuals, give me a shout.
> > The last one was fun!
> That's a good idea. Something along the lines of pulling people together
> to do that guide on using WordPress to create a campaign site could be a
> great writing sprint.
> On Wednesday, 22 January 2014, 19:16, Ollie Bettany
> <ramblinollie at yahoo.co.uk> <ramblinollie at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi Sam,
> Remember me? Ollie the web developer from the Reclaim the Fields
> gathering in Bristol many moons ago. I hope you're well.
> I'm trying to get hold of someone from the HacktionLab and thought you
> might be able to help. This spring, Frack Off are sponsoring Wordpress
> training for a dozen new local anti-fracking groups across the country and
> are looking for Wordpress trainers who will work for train fare, money for
> a pasty or two and of course the good feeling of doing something worthwhile
> for the cause.
> I may well do a couple of the training sessions myself but FO need at
> least three or four other tech activists who know their way round Wordpress
> to deliver the rest. At the risk of overselling the project, this will be a
> great opportunity for someone to do a spot of travelling and meet some of
> the local campaigners and grassroots activists who are getting stuck into
> anti-fracking in some of the more remote corners of the country.
> Is there any chance you can help with this?
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