User talk:Ed Du Vivier
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|Tashi Delek||0||17:55, 14 May 2011|
|Photo||0||12:22, 7 December 2007|
|Greetings||0||02:29, 6 December 2007|
|Open Schools||1||00:11, 27 November 2007|
|Congratulations||0||09:00, 21 November 2007|
|Cost and Finance for OS materials conversion||1||23:33, 20 November 2007|
I tried writing to you earlier I dont know how this thing works, so Im sending you a message again. My name is Choing Palmo and Im looking for my sponsor who has the same name and biodata as you so if it is you please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have been looking for you since the time we lost contact. If I am writing to a different person then I sincerely apologise, Choing
Do you have a photo for upload on to your user page. it is always nice to see who you are talking to, to put a face to a name. Given that your user page is on the front page of our completed Costing course materials, it is important to make your page appealing. Add a few of the links available, now that you have become an expert on the Wiki platform.
I hadn't realised you had done all this work with Open Schools Ed.
Do you know Tony Dodds; he is thinking about bidding for the Lesotho project and so are you?
Have you read petter Hessler's book 'River Town' about his Peace Corp days in China. Well worth a read
All the best
Hi Roger, Many thanks for the message. Yes, I do know Tony from his days at UNAM, but I have lost touch with him since he moved from there. Do you have his e-mail address or other contact details. As this page can be seen by anyone, perhaps you could send them to me directly via my own e-mail address: email@example.com
It's too bad that I didn't know about his interest in the work for LDTC before the deadline for expressions of interest, as we could have put in a joint submission.
No, I hadn't heard about the Hessler book, but I'll see if I can't find it either locally or on Amazon.
Talk to you soon, ED
I saw you have started to convert the Costing and Finance for OS materials into the wiki context. So have I, and I have made progress doing this. We should collaborate working on this. What are your thoughts?
I only realised that we were duplicating each other's efforts when I saw Wayne's posting on the discussion forum this morning. I feel like a right muggins and offer my profuse apologies.
By all means, yes, let's work together on this. I see that you have already laid out the structure for the whole course, which is great. I must learn how to do this. Since this framework is already in place, I think that we should use it to develop the rest. I wonder whether we shouldn't divide up the units between ourselves (and any other potential collaborators) so we don't do the same thing twice. I can get started on Unit Two today if you like.
I have a number of other questions and suggestions, and I will post these on the talk pages in the resource you created.
Best wishes, ED