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HWG to IncorporateOn April 18, 1996, the HTML Writers Guild Governing Board voted to begin incorporating the Guild as a non-profit organization. The following GB members were elected to serve as officers to the new corporation:
Additional information about the incorporation can be found at:
New Governing Board MembersThe GB would like to welcome the following new members to the Governing Board: Darren Stalder (firstname.lastname@example.org), Roxanne Reid-Bennet (email@example.com), and Heath Rezabeck (firstname.lastname@example.org). The full Governing Board roster can be found at: http://www.hwg.org/opcenter/hwginc/gb.html.
Mentor - Apprentice Program ProblemRecently, a Guild member notified us that after contacting an individual listed as a potential "Mentor" in the Mentor/Apprentice Program http://www.hwg.org/mentor/ma.html - she was told by the "Mentor" that she would be charged hourly for such support.
This was a direct violation of the Guild's Mentor / Apprentice Program. The entire point of the program is members sharing their knowledge - not selling it.
The GB would like to apologize to Marina (email@example.com) and the membership for this violation. The individual previously listed as a "Mentor" has been removed from the web page.
We would also like to thank Marina for notifying us of the violation and encourage other members to contact the GB if they encounter questionable activities involving the use of the Guild's name, website, or other Guild programs.
http://www.hwg.org/opcenter/. This area will be updated regularly with information on such topics as:
If there is something that you need to know about the Guild, please check here first!
No Logo ContestThere is no "Logo Contest". The Governing Board has chosen to have the Guild's Graphic Presentation done by Al Smith, Jr. as he has done since the Guild's creation.
New member logos undergoing revisionsDue to membership response, the new logos are undergoing some tweaking and revisions. Please be patient! When the new logos are ready, an announcement will be made via hwg-news and on the Guild mailing lists.
Use of the Guild's Membership LogoThe member logo is provided for the membership to use "as is". It is NOT acceptable for members to edit or change the logo in any way, shape, or form.
This is copyrighted art with very specific rights granted to those who choose to use it. If you do not like the logo, please do not use it. There is no requirement that you acknowledge your membership in the Guild in any way. The logo is provided to you to use "as a courtesy".
Editing of Guild Logo is grounds for revocation of membershipSeveral posts have shown up in the various mailing lists with members stating that they have edited the logo. While the offers are ones of genuine help, they are also violations of copyright law and are considered cause to have your membership in the Guild revoked. If you are not aware of the Guild's bylaws and restrictions on logo use, please read the bylaws at:
We appreciate everyone's cooperation with this.
Commenting on the new logosThe membership's input is extremely valuable, especially when it is directed to the correct place! If you would like to discuss the new Guild logos, please direct your comments to the Guild's OPerationS Mailing List. If you are not a member of the list, the directions on subscribing to the list are at: http://www.hwg.org/lists/hwg-ops/. We appreciate your help in keeping list discussions on topic.
Mailing List Policies DefinedThe Guild's new Mailing Lists Manager, Roxanne Reid-Bennet (firstname.lastname@example.org), has revamped the Guild's Mailing Lists Policies and presents them clearly on the Mailing Lists Policies page at: http://www.hwg.org/lists/netiqu ette.html. Topics covered include:
How to Change Your Email Address for Guild ListsIf you have changed Internet providers and need to change your email address, you must first unsubscribe from your old email address and then resubscribe with your new email address. Directions on unsubscribing and subscribing to Guild Mailing Lists is available at the website. Go to: http://www.hwg.org/lists/index.html and follow the links to the list you need to change.
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