[TCML] RE: World Wide Map of Coilers
sdbogard at gmail.com
Tue Jan 31 13:44:13 MST 2012
I would be willing to give up my info for a TC yellow pages as it were,
it is all more or less public knowledge anyway if you know where to look
and have basic info like full name. Those who wish to be added can and
those who do not, or only want to give basic info, don't have to. I
would suggest sticking to name, e-mail, and city, and possibly a brief
synopsis of projects (SSTC, SGTC, whatever) if you do create a list.
This way if someone wants local help on a project, or is contemplating
organizing a teslathon, they can look up the list, contact pertinent
people and see if there is interest. Would be kind of nice, I think.
On 1/31/2012 3:06 PM, Russell L Thornton wrote:
> Amdrew, I am in!
> Russel at the Cape
>> Date: Tue, 31 Jan 2012 11:19:25 -0500
>> From: Andrew Robinson<arobinson at teslamad.com>
>> Subject: [TCML] World wide map of coilers
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>> Would this be something everyone would be interested seeing an updated
>> version of? I'd be happy to throw something together as a permanent
>> location not just for a region, but for the entire world for the Tesla
>> community instead of the HV community.
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