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-> Re: GSBN:SB codes resource
     by Joyce Coppinger jc10508@...


Date: 15 Jul 2007 21:43:54 -0500
From: Joyce Coppinger jc10508@...
Subject: Re: GSBN:SB codes resource

Would be glad to include summary of buildings by country from the Registry.
And would be very glad to have everyone list their projects on the
International SB Registry - and TLS should also link to the other lists (I
think there's one being developed for a European country - France?) and
theirs to TLS.

I place notes in TLS periodically about listing in the registry and have
posted messages on the listservs, too. It's valuable information and those
who have listed their projects are definitely making a helpful contribution
to the collection of data. Many people tell me they have made contacts or
found useful information via the Registry.

Let's keep working on this codes list and the registry. Thanks


on 7.11.2007 11:34 PM, Rene Dalmeijer at rene.dalmeijer@...:

> Joyce,
> The TLS site and the resource list are both excellent places. This
> leads me to the following suggestion. How about adding a summary, per
> country of houses presently registered on The strawbale registry
> adding a few relevant statistics while saying this I ask you all to
> please add any houses you have been involved with either by entering
> the information yourself of prompting either the builder owner to do
> so. I will do so myself as I see only one Dutch SB house registerred
> whilst there are at least 30 most probably even more, I am now getting
> into the happy fase that I learn about projects after they have been
> built.
> Rene
> On Jul 11, 2007, at 18:17, Joyce Coppinger wrote:
>> Rene, Marty and GSBN members,
>> The Last Straw journal published Marty's list of information about
>> strawbale
>> codes worldwide in TLS issue #54/ and this will be included on the next
>> update of the resource guide TLS web site www.thelaststraw.org and in
>> print
>> format sometime this summer.
>> We can easily update the web site chart whenever there is new
>> information to
>> post and then publish it periodically in TLS. I would be willing to
>> give
>> this information a full page on the TLS web site with links to other
>> sites
>> that pertain to codes, when appropriate.
>> Would be good to have all the information in one central location and
>> linked.
>> Joyce
>> on 7.11.2007 12:44 AM, Rene Dalmeijer at rene.dalmeijer@...
>> wrote:
>>> Dear members and specifically Martin Hammer,
>>> Based on the question coming form Lithuania. It might be a good idea
>>> to
>>> set up a net resource for all specific SB building codes and or
>>> procedures in the various countries.
>>> Basically what I am thinking of is a list of countries with further
>>> subdivisions where necessary for counties etc. This should help a
>>> great
>>> deal in making clear what the official status is regarding the
>>> acceptance of straw bale building.
>>> Besides the code or url to the code it should contain a description of
>>> the status of the code the governing body when accepted etc. If at all
>>> possible links to official sites should be given.
>>> I am not sure where to place the resource yet. If needed I could
>>> support it on www.strobouw.nl given a completely separate page.
>>> Kind regards
>>> Rene Dalmeijer
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