Bruce C Johnson (email@example.com)
Thu Feb 12 09:54:18 1998
Fellow Sea Scouters:
I'm pleased to report that Seascout-Ring, which has only be operating
for a few weeks, now has 26 members from roughly eight countries. There
continues to be steady interest in joining this web initiative. Details
can be found on the ring's home page
There has been a little confusion about what it takes to join
Seascout-Ring. It basically is a three-step process:
1. Fill out the form on <http://www.seascout.org/seascout-ring> to join
the ring and submit it. By filling out the form, you are automatically put
in the ring's "queue" or waiting area. You are also provided with the
Seascout-Ring fragment that should be added to your web site.
2. Add the Seascout-Ring fragment to your web site's main page. THIS IS
VERY IMPORTANT BECAUSE WITHOUT THE FRAGMENT, THE RING DOESN'T WORK. The
easiest way to do this is to simply copy the fragment and paste into your
web site's main page. Be sure to upload your updated main page and the
international Sea Scouting logo, and then notify me (at
firstname.lastname@example.org) that the fragment has been added and your site is
ready to be checked.
3. Once you've notified me that the Seascout-Ring fragment is on your web
site's main page and I have confirmed that you did it right, I will move
you into the ring.
Please let me know (offlist) if you have any questions about this.
Skipper, S.E.S. Columbia Ranger
Columbia, Maryland USA