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07 November 2010 @ 10:58 am
Follow up to meet-up post  
Thanks for the feedback! Looks like we may have to juggle meeting times, but that's doable. Anyone else want to chime in with thoughts and suggestions?

Couple more questions:

1) How do we feel about opening Thousand Cats to non-LJers? I was at a party last night with several artsy/gothy/creative types (bellydancers, DJs, writers, zine makers etc), and several of us have been involved in writers groups and artists collectives in the past. A couple of people said they are actively looking for a collective to work with. Thoughts on inviting them and being open to other like-minded people?

2) On a related note, how do we feel about making a Facebook group for Thousand Cats? It could be a closed group if we felt more comfortable with that.
Robin Ftamago23 on November 7th, 2010 04:38 pm (UTC)
I'm down with it being open to non-LJers, by invite. Anybody that the TC members would be likely to invite are likely to be pretty cool people. (And as I still have the previous post open with the intention of responding, let me say that any evening other than Tuesdays are fine by me, as are Sunday afternoons or evenings.) Facebook seems to be a pretty good way to communicate (especially if we're involving non-LJers) but we'd need to remember to post info in both places, so those members that aren't on Facebook don't miss it.
Curgothcurgoth on November 8th, 2010 01:57 am (UTC)
I'm entirely fine with both suggestions.
Miss Lynxmisslynx on November 8th, 2010 02:01 am (UTC)
Both fine by me. TC was originally a mostly in-person group, with the LJ community being just an add-on, so I don't see it as being particularly LJ-specific.