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Re: GSBN:New Feature for TLS Web Site
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- Subject: Re: GSBN:New Feature for TLS Web Site
- From: Joyce Coppinger jc10508@...
- Date: Sun, 27 Aug 2006 18:35:12 -0500
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Thanks for your suggestion, Andre. As people have asked TLS for this kind of
info on our web site, that's where I would like to place it and have it be
featured first. However, it can be used as information for the Wikipedia ,
The text for the TLS web site will be drawn from many sources and will be
checked with people such as GSBN members and others for accuracy.
on 8.27.2006 2:13 AM, André de Bouter at forum@...:
> Dear Joyce,
> I think your idea for the FAQ etc is a good one (but personally I can't
> find the time to add to it).
> Would it be a good idea to do this work in Wikipedia?
> Joyce Coppinger a ?crit :
>> Hello everyone,
>> There are many frequently asked questions about straw-bale construction that
>> could be answered by adding a list of FAQ's, Do's and Don'ts, Helpful Hints
>> to the TLS web site. I started making a list and thought I should ask the
>> GSBN for input and assistance. Examples of things that might be included:
>> 1. Parapets don't work - and the reason(s) why.
>> 2. Felt paper on the bottom two rows of bales - extend roof eaves instead.
>> 3. Trim the bent/folded side of the bale to reduce amount of fill required
>> between bales and between courses (with photo of how to).
>> 4. Cutting and retying a bale (illustrations).
>> 5. Plaster mixes and recipes.
>> 6. Pros and cons of interior staking, exterior pinning, stitching.
>> 7. Does the R-value increase with the size of the bale - small square,
>> jumbo bale.
>> I'm sure there are many others that you could add to the list and that I
>> have on file that could be shared.
>> This list could be continuously updated and changed as methods, techniques
>> and practices change and as we think of other frequently asked questions
>> that could be answered. We should cite sources for additional information.
>> We should acknowledge people's ideas, too, like trimming the bent side (Tony
>> Caniglia in Colorado was the first person who mentioned this to me - I don't
>> know if he was the originator but it sure works!).
>> Please let me know what you think about this idea - and, of course, please
>> contribute your Frequently Asked Questions Do's and Don'ts and Helpful Hints
>> as well.
>> Joyce Coppinger, Managing Editor
>> The Last Straw journal
>> GPFS/TLS, PO Box 22706, Lincoln NE 68542-2706 USA
>> 402.483.5135, fax 402.483.5161
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