[CR]Proposal to the CR membership; CR vs Wool Jersey

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Date: Fri, 25 Feb 2005 16:47:26 -0800 (PST)
From: "Peter Naiman" <hetchinspete1@yahoo.com>
To: Edward Albert <ealbert@bellatlantic.net>, classicrendezvous@bikelist.org
In-Reply-To: <421FA577.4070205@bellatlantic.net>
Subject: [CR]Proposal to the CR membership; CR vs Wool Jersey

I'm reading the many responses to Kim's initial letter and offer the following proposal to the CR, and members can put together an offer if one can be put together, that is if Dale is agreeable and the CR Members would be willing to provide sufficient compensation for my time.

As most CR Members know I've relocated to the Midwest and busy with Real Estate studies. In the time being I'm unemployed and getting itchy to get back to work. I would be willing to help Dale out updating his site in any way I can, assembling information, updating photos, some research if needed, linking to other sites etc, and inputting it all to the site & essentially whatever it takes to get the site updated.

Peter Naiman
Shorewood, WI


--- Edward Albert wrote:


> The CR site is irreplaceable....period. Everyone on
> this list knows
> that. Although interested in vintage bikes for
> several years, I only
> caught the addiction and started seriously
> collecting and restoring a
> year and a half ago, maybe two, max. Anyway, none
> of this would have
> happened were it not for the CR site and my eaves
> dropping on the
> archives of the list. (So, yes, Dale is to
> blame!!!!) Sure there are
> lots and lots of other sites that one can glean
> information about this
> or that, but they are usually run by people with
> very specialized
> interests. In some ways that's good because on some
> of these topics you
> have someone so obsessed with a make or a part or
> whatever, that the
> info is incredibly detailed. But, nowhere is there
> a site where so much
> is in the same place. Every country, every mark,
> every component. Or,
> certainly close. If it were not for this site I
> would never have found
> what has become by passion. I too have run a web
> site. Several years
> ago I and several partners ran a European centered
> racing news site
> called Cyclegossip. Some of you may remember it
> (but I doubt it). It
> was intended to be profit making but never succeeded
> so we died. Before
> that happened, however, we took in what was once our
> web master as a
> partner. He did all the work of loading the news
> that we wrote and
> edited. Loaded new pictures everyday, etc. Very
> time consuming and
> worth 20% of the business. Our own lives suffered
> due to the time
> demands it made on us even it was worth it for a
> time So where is all
> this going. I don't know what Dale has in mind for
> the future of the
> site. Updating a site daily, even weekly, can be
> all consuming. I
> know, I know, "this is Dale's living room"......and
> the site is his
> but.......everyone who uses it or reads these
> postings I am sure feels
> some sort of proprietary interest even if we don't
> have one and our
> feelings are misplaced.......Its my site after all,
> I check it out
> everyday, and use if for reference more than that if
> such a thing is
> possible. Bottom line than is might we as a group
> provide the funds to
> allow Dale to hire a local firm to manage the site.
> To make sure things
> get posted and not backlogged etc. Dale, of course
> as its owner, says
> what goes, but that doesn't mean he has to do the
> hands on day to day
> chores a site entails. I, and I am sure others,
> would willing
> contribute to the costs. There are sites, of
> course, that you have to
> pay to use. That is not what I am thinking. Just
> pay what you can and
> if you can't use it anyway. We collect enough for
> Dale to hire the
> appropriate person for a year and go from there.
> Edward Albert
> Dependent on the CR site in Chappaqua, NY (you guys
> even have me talking
> like you do now)
>
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