Steer­ing Group

Instead of lone fight­ers we have team­work now

In 2010, the steer­ing group was cre­ated as an admin­is­tra­tive team for the project, after it had appeared in the first five years, that duties had become too demand­ing for an indi­vid­ual and also required dif­fer­ent fields of com­pe­tence. Besides, it was found nec­es­sary not so much to name the mem­bers of the steer­ing group glob­ally, but those in rel­a­tive prox­im­ity to each other, so they could gather yearly once or twice for a meet­ing and consultations.

Man­age­ment: Founder and speaker of the project is Peter Finke, up to his retire­ment in 2006, Pro­fes­sor for sci­ence the­ory and cul­tural ecol­ogy at the uni­ver­sity of Biele­feld (Ger­many). There he col­lected many expe­ri­ence with the organ­i­sa­tion of inter­na­tional research net­works. He per­son­ally knew the founder of the Parosphronemus-​hobby, the late physi­cian Dr. Walther Foer­sch, vis­ited him for he first time when as a stu­dent and on that occa­sion got his first Parosphromenus.

Today he has suc­ceeded in bring­ing together most of the lead­ing Parosphromenus experts into this con­ser­va­tion network.

Presently the fol­low­ing areas and peo­ple are involved:

Mem­bers of the steer­ing group as such:

Exec­u­tive for cen­sus and analy­sis:Ben­jamin Wilden (Det­mold, D) and Rafael Eggli (Schweiz)

Web­mas­ter: Helene Schoubye, (Kopen­hagen, DK)

Arti­cles Pavel Chalupka, Pilsen, Czech Republic

Wikipedia : Mar­tin Fis­cher (Wurzburg, Germany)

Newslet­ter : Helene Schoubye (Denmark)

Off­spring reg­istry and dis­tri­b­u­tion: Bernd Bus­sler, (Ham­burg, D)

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Active in the cre­ation of the eng­lish, and french editions:

Eng­lish: Helene Schoubye (DK) Dorothee Jöllenbeck-​Pfeffel (G)

French: Herve Gonin (F)

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