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This one's mostly for Yuri, Alan, and Cyril. I'd like to know if you're at all interested in having a 'sister group' to collaborate and work with.
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| January 11, 2011, 12:32 am
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Quoting W. Mark
This one's mostly for Yuri, Alan, and Cyril. I'd like to know if you're at all interested in having a 'sister group' to collaborate and work with.

I personally, spend my time 'policing' the group to keep things civil. It is actually not much needed because everyone has been a well behaved adult with this group, not like those ideologically slanted groups. Anyway, I am not sure what a 'sister' group would accomplish, and if there is something you want to see improved about this, please feel free to say so. I would like to hear what ideas you have on a 'sister' group, maybe there is something to it...
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| January 11, 2011, 12:25 pm
Quoting Alan Crisp
I personally, spend my time 'policing' the group to keep things civil. It is actually not much needed because everyone has been a well behaved adult with this group, not like those ideologically slanted groups. Anyway, I am not sure what a 'sister' group would accomplish, and if there is something you want to see improved about this, please feel free to say so. I would like to hear what ideas you have on a 'sister' group, maybe there is something to it...

Yes, this group does seem like a fairly quiet and well-maintained one. The idea of a sister group is sort of like sister cites... two groups support each other by including links to each other's pages, sharing members and creations that fit both groups, and collaborating on what does and doesn't work for group management.
The group I had in mind the LEGO purist group I founded late last year (don't worry, we aren't too idealogically slanted. One of our moderators is currently a brickarms user, and you can check the group out if you have doubts). The common ground between these groups would be invention of new purist techniques, which I feel works well for both groups (see my Gun Show - Purist Edition MOC to see a good example. I'll add it to the group as soon as I can).
Another category of benefits would be in terms of size and activity... this group has lots of members, and the purist group has more activity in terms of creations addded. Hopefully a sister group arangment would give the purist group more members and this group more innovative creations.
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| January 11, 2011, 1:14 pm
By the way, here's the group link:
http://mocpages.com/group.php/14557
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| January 11, 2011, 1:20 pm
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Quoting W. Mark
By the way, here's the group link:
http://mocpages.com/group.php/14557


Checked it out, looks great.
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| January 26, 2011, 12:28 pm
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