Sailability Forum UK: new forum reply to CVs of technical experts- add here

New reply from sussexsailor

<p>Simon</p>
<p>Thanks for starting this thread to get the ball rolling following the Sailability Conference.</p>
<p>I won't put up a CV as I'm not by any means a technical expert – but it looks like this forum has the potential to go much wider than exchanging views on technical fixes for practical problems.</p>
<p>The categories that have been set up look to be a pretty good start and I can see this being used for co-ordinating participation in racing events (RS Games anyone?), dealing with common issues (GDPR compliance?), and swapping/selling equipment (anyone with a spare Hansa 303 interested in a <a href="http://www.yachtsandyachting.co.uk/equipment/boat-tests/crabber-12-review/">Cornish Crabber 12</a> and/or Hansa 2.3?).  I wasn't quite sure what the category Yachts, Power, Inland might be used for – maybe this is for anything that isn't dinghy sailing.</p>
<p>Best of luck with building the critical mass, and I will put the word out in Sussex.</p>
<p>Chris</p>
<p>Sussex Sailability</p>

https://sailability-forum.uk/equipment/cvs-of-technical-experts-add-here

Original Post by Forum admin

CVs of technical experts- add here

<p>Please add your CV by replying to this thread. To aid accessibility, I would include some key words (only) in the post, and attach a pdf with more details. Remember not to include any sensitive personal details- you can use the forum’s private message facility to exchange details with anyone who is interested. Check Profile->Edit profile to make sure you receive an email alert when someone sends you a message.</p>
<p>In due course we can look at a more sophisticated skills catalogue if necessary.</p>