Re: [companions] Welcome to the IETF Companions Mailing List

Martina Gondrom <> Sat, 01 February 2014 20:43 UTC

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Hello companions,

I'd like to pick up on a topic I've already posted in our Facebook group back in November but never got a response to my question. This Facebook group is a so-called 'open' group meaning exactly that - everybody can read all of our posts and comments (and pictures we upload), and the stuff will also appear if someone googles a member. I don't know whether this bothers any of you but I personally don't feel comfortable exchanging location/event/activity details with the whole world to see. I've been administering several Facebook groups before and there's the option to make a group 'closed'. There's no difference in finding, joining or managing open or closed groups. The only difference is that with closed groups our content stays private.

What's your opinions on this?


On 1 Feb 2014, at 17:46, Kathy <> wrote:

Here it is:  Not much activity on it but perhaps we can change that with the London meeting coming up.

On Sat, Feb 1, 2014 at 12:44 AM, Nada Zaitoun <> wrote:

What is our Facebook page link or title?


On 1 Feb 2014 18:43, "Zita" <> wrote:
Congrats on doing this!

One companions' list is great.

Love the survey monkey!  Only 3 questions on color?  Any way for folks to submit a design?

(not me, but I know there are artists out there :-)

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