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What can we do to improve these pages?
 
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What else goes into the faq?

What other pages do we need to add?

What did we forget to say?

 
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I really don't have any specific suggestions to improve the announcement page...  it IS pretty noisy/busy but I think that reflects how noisy/busy your jamboree is going to be.   From what I see it looks like you've really converged on a broadly welcoming event for people of all levels an permaculture persuasions/interests.  I DO feel like I was able to find answers to most of my questions with a little digging around.

I'm a semi-regular lurker on your site (mail list) and really impressed to see how the community it represents has evolved.   I've been a mild permaculturist for decades with a fairly self-reliant  background growing up in the deserts/mountains of the Southwest.   FWIW, my father was an early 50's graduate of the Forestry School in Missoula...  

I am no longer as spry or active as I was and am now looking for lower-key experiences than what your Jamboree offers, though it looks like your SEPPer program may be for me some day.  

Carry On!
 
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I get the impression that all three pages are rock solid?  

I know that we have made a few changes since i started this thread, but all prety minor.

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