Meeting: June 9th, 2003 - 9AM - 11AM
Present -- C. Kieley, A. Lunt, V. Mamone, S. McRae
1. Should site be public or private? Decision -- private
Town government needs a separate site, with /link to this one
All information to be entered through the webmaster
Need for a backup to take over in case of illness, absence, burnout
should have duplicate website
How to find?
Offer training as incentive?
Contact school technical center?
post need on site?
Down the line, hand off sections to individual organizations first need
liaison members from each.
Calendar -- C. Kieley will set this up
3. Need for a Guideline/Purpose/Methodology statement from Webmaster
(including privacy disclaimer)
Importance of smooth working relationship with Selectmen, other organizations
trust, common sense. Vince will talk with S. Fiske.
Notes from the
Webmaster: Statement of Purpose and Guidelines
The webmaster will NOT receive
any funds from the town to maintain the website. Donations from private
citizens will be accepted with
no strings attached. It will done strictly on a volunteer basis working
closely with the town Selectbody and other town and private organizations.
Guidelines will be adhered to to keep the site open and free from any
influences that might suggest conflict of interest or restriction of
content. However, with this stated, the WebCom will set standards of
excellence for the website and will to a degree decide what goes into
the site and what does not and attempt to keep the site from blatantly
offending any group or individual. The rights of all individuals to
have or not have their information on the site will be honored, however,
with that said, the website will publish if necessary what is deemed
Public Information — Public Information is any information in
the public domain that may be obtained by any private citizen. This
site will never contain nudity or obscenities. It is not intended for
that purpose. It is intended to be a vehicle of information for the
citizens of Temple, New Hampshire.