Talk:American Romanian Academy of Arts and Sciences

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Please note that the p2p wiki is a contextual wiki around p2p issues exclusively, however interesting this page, it's not in our scope. I'll delete in a day or so, but don't want to undo your work which may be useful in another context or wiki,

--Mbauwens 16:09, 24 May 2011 (UTC)

    • --Reply: Have considered it as a good, contextual example of your P2P Collaboration Systems discussed on the P2P wiki; thank you for the warning in your peer-to-peer 'review' of this article, and now have backed up the file for another wiki.Bci1 17:33, 24 May 2011 (UTC)

ok, could you in cases where it is not always obvious, indicate the p2p connection or the reason for inclusion? the reason is to keep a certain focus; if there is a connection, I have no problem with it.

--Mbauwens 08:01, 27 May 2011 (UTC)

      • --ok, will do so; much appreciate your understanding; being new on the P2P wiki site I have to familiarize myself with both its style and substance. One other entry that might also fit in as a good example of P2P- Global Villages is that of Global Academies that seem to have very close goals to P2P, at least on paper. Nevertheless, the latter are much more formal and less open data, or Open Science, than either the general P2P definition or the example presented in this ARA entry which is indeed Open Science, as well as Open Culture, but- of course- it has its specific groups of people--that are now rapidly expanding in numbers, creativity, participation and resources; the latest ARA meeting this year will have upwards of one thousand participants, which is a large meeting in most cultures, perhaps with the exception of the concerts given by popular rock bands, etc. Bci1 07:06, 1 June 2011 (UTC)Bci1

The above kind of details are perfect to contextualize entries where the p2p connection is not immediately obvious,

--Mbauwens 03:32, 2 June 2011 (UTC)