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Maori.org.nz should have a facebook page group  

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tane_ariki
(@tane_ariki)
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Think about it 😀

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Posted : 12 April, 2011 10:45 pm
Huia bird
(@huia-bird)
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Good Idea Tane'

That way, if anything happens with the main site, we can still be informed 🙂 Your members will grow faster too.

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Posted : 15 April, 2011 9:59 am
kuri
 kuri
(@kuri)
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Yep that really would be a good go to spot for a quick regroup.:worship:

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Posted : 16 April, 2011 11:00 am
tane_ariki
(@tane_ariki)
Active Member

Kia Ora Tatou,

If there are no further objections received by Wednesday night I will create the page and let you all know about it on Thursday day.

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Posted : 18 April, 2011 1:52 am
VJ
 VJ
(@vj)
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woohoo yes make a page! Have you made the page yet? I cant see anything on FB

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Posted : 27 May, 2011 12:33 pm
JohnArcher
(@johnarcher)
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Tane, I loathe Facebook with a passion because to me it seems to be mostly random chatter, instead of the 20 or so topics, each with well-organized threads that were on Maori.org's Papa-panui. Instead of a lot of small groups, each talking on a particular topic, Facebook is like being in a huge crowd, where the subject constantly changes.

I could put a question on Papa-panui, wait a month, two months, and eventually someone would come up with a brilliant response. On Facebook, the same question is lost in the irrelevant chatter. And I could search Maori.org for details of a song, or details about a rare dialect Maori word, and find it. Information on Facebook seems to be scattered like confetti.

Is there any way Facebook can be navigated so that we can back-track the flow of a particular thread that was discussed?

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Posted : 27 May, 2011 11:23 pm
VJ
 VJ
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I don't think it is about replacing Maori.org or a separate place for maori.org, more about advertising the site like other sites do.

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Posted : 29 May, 2011 11:50 pm
Kaiako_nz
(@kaiako_nz)
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I am really surprised I couldn’t find you guys on facebook! I am an old member Tane_nz have reregistered, good to be back! I have a fan page.. lets learn maori in Australia, I was hoping you guys would have one too so i could join.

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Posted : 02 June, 2011 1:44 am
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