[OSList] help with the formatting of the OSLIST when it arrives in my Mach Mail programme
gerardo de luzenberger
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Thu Jan 28 04:15:14 PST 2021
Michael lucky you - thanks for the invitation.
having not received any Economic Impact Payment from the Donald,
I have donated only 30 dollars.
Thanks so much for this precious service
all the best
Hai inviato 30,09 USD a Open Space Institute (US)
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Il giorno gio 28 gen 2021 alle ore 09:56 Michael M Pannwitz via OSList <
oslist at lists.openspacetech.org> ha scritto:
> Dear Doug,
> just received my Economic Impact Payment of 600$ signed by the former
> President of the USA.
> Well, your email came just in time to send a 100$ donation to the Open
> Space Institute-USA that they can use as they wish and I would love to
> see it go into a retirement fund of our overworked colleague in Montana.
> Here is the PayPal transfer note
> "Hallo Michael M Pannwitz!
> Sie haben eine Zahlung über $100,00 USD an Open Space Institute (US)
> (info at osius.org) gesendet"
> For those of you who forgot their highschool German:
> "Hello Michael M Pannwitz!
> You donated $ 100.00 USD to the Open Space Institute (US)
> (info at osius.org) "
> Sending donations to OSI USA is easy, go here
> > https://osius.org/content/about
> scroll down a bit and look right.
> If 100 of us that received an Economic Impact Payment divert 100 bucks
> to OSI USA the retirement fund for Harold could snap up to 10.100,00
> (tenthousandonehundred) in a jiffy... or for whatever the wise elders at
> OSI USA want to use it.
> Greetings from Berlin where I am pondering what to do with the other 500.
> Yes, I can add some to the "Revolving Credit Fund" of the Open Space
> World Map.
> In case anyone of you is not a member of the WorldMap, join (by the way,
> contributing financially to the Map is not a prerequisite for being
> listed in the Map)
> Just go here
> > https://www.openspaceworldmap.org/inclusion
> Now, having blown the horn for the glorious OSI USA and the very fine
> World Map I expect responses galore. Now.
> Am 28.01.2021 um 02:52 schrieb doug via OSList:
> > Hey folks, be kind. This list is managed by one overworked person
> > (Harold), and the cost to maintain it is paid by the Open Space
> > Institute-USA. They could use your help in the way of donations to pay
> > for it, so everyone can use it for free.
> > :- Doug.
> > On 1/27/21 8:27 PM, Michael Herman via OSList wrote:
> >> holding a space big enough for the oslist requires really GIANT naps.
> >> expect, and celebrate, apparent delays!
> >> --
> >> Michael Herman
> >> Michael Herman Associates
> >> 312-280-7838 (mobile)
> Michael M Pannwitz
> Draisweg 1, 12209 Berlin
> ++49 - 30-772 8000 mmpannwitz at gmail.com
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