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Good post from DIYDrones.com, the largest community on hobby and small commercial UAS: "In order to do some good for...

Good post from DIYDrones.com, the largest community on hobby and small commercial UAS: "In order to do some good for the public and along the way give the public a better understanding on the "good" uses of drones, we should consider the opportunities for using model aircraft in community service projects."
http://diydrones.com/profiles/blogs/community-service-projects-using-drones-1

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  1. Are they coming to UAVs: pros-cons? Patrons? Sponsors? :)

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  2. Alexander Hayes a member of DIYdrones.com posted about the event in late February.  Only 29 folks viewed the post, so more visibility could be achieved.  http://goo.gl/Oj9h8

    If you get Chris Anderson and Gary Mortimer two of the moderators of the group (and Anderson is the co-founder and former editor of Wired Magazine while Mortimer is Editor at sUAS News) involved, you'll get good coverage.

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  3. Thanks Ted. I think Matthew Schroyer is in contact with both of them now - it was just my gently prod:) ps. nice to connect with you!

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