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Ways to use email to find dumpster diving partners

From: Madeline
Sent on: Wednesday, June 2, 2010 9:07 AM
Dear NY freegans and meetup folks,
I've seen comments both positive and negative about emails between group members looking for people to dumpster dive with in particular locations. While I think it is great that people got creative in this way, there are more than 700 people in the meetup group receiving these emails, only a few of whom are interested in arranging to meet in this way. 

I wonder if folks knew that we have a riseup list specifically for this purpose, created about a month ago in response to a request from Brian L: [address removed]t.
I have added the 10 people who have been arranging local dumpster dives to this list. Anyone else who wants to arrange dive buddies, this is a great place to do it and I encourage you to subscribe. Just send an email (blank is fine) to:
[address removed]
I will "approve" quickly, then communication can continue unfettered without bothering the 690 other people who mainly want to know about scheduled events.


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