I'm in the process of changing blogs and now going to put everything (which is mostly individual emails from people in Surrey) up on an
experimental site I'm running (although will keep eggshells running in
the same place, in case the rest somehow disappears). I am new to
Buddypress so am still playing with bits of it and getting bits to work.
Then in theory, anyone in Surrey / London I am in touch with I can
invite to the site and we can hopefully collaborate there.
Then I will be able to create more meaningful links back to you as well I hope, but if ok, I won't add you onto the site yet - don't want
to create more reading ! Its more for organising at our end.
Thanks I will check Equality Trust and get back to videos soon, but as per your messages and priorities I will not come back yet, unless
anything comes through re funding opportunities
Thanks Daniel, I will look through, one person has come back and suggested another couple of local people related to disadvantaged youth so I hope to connect with them next week,
Best wishews over the festive period,
Thank you very much!!!! I intend to browse the site and look for opportunities to help. I am doing a security sweep of my own site this week. We plan to record all online sessions, hoping that will keep the creeps away.
At 10:41am on November 24, 2010, Daniel Bassill said… Hi Wendell.
Thanks Dan. Looking forward to continue make a difference. I live the inner city here and that's one of the reasons I found your website so useful. I was wondering if there will be other conferences in the near future? And where can I get a copy of the last one? Wendell
Hello Daniel, Tutormentor is a plausible platform. Thank you for sharing your wisdom. Its a wonderful opportunity to share experiences with like minds. Mentorship as a concept and a way of communities reaching out to young ones is just beginning in Africa. I believe I and some other professionals in Africa are in the quest to make it a great tool to help.
I am trying to get more technology people in our T/MC, so that more technical people can get involved in our project. What do you suggest? How should I go forward in doing this? Also, which is the best place to keep our bugsheet, so that all out technology volunteers can look into that?