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== My personal contribution/site use ==
 
== My personal contribution/site use ==
  
[[User:Mbauwens|Michel]], I'd like to make sure we're all "on the same page" before I dig into developing my thoughts here. I'm aspiring to both develop a bunch of hyperlinked/wikilinked expository blurbs that have me directly describing aspects of my vision for bespoke DIY forms of commons oriented communities (designed from the start to integrate and interface well with existing sociopolitical-cultural forms and norms) while in parallel also developing fictional scenarios which illustrate how such might play out in practice. I'm thinking I'll start by developing such as drafts here in <code><nowiki>https://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/User:KevB-ing/abc/xyz</nowiki></code> subdomains and then, when a body of nodes has built up to some degree, bring things forward as outfacing pages open to critique and feedback. I'm hoping to express something whose sum exceeds its parts. To illustrate some resultant emergent idea through a complex of interlinked nodes of thought interwoven with a sort of choose-your-own-adventure story which, once some base forms are set, others may extend, trim, contribute to, reshape, remodel, reply to (in kind and in critique), etc., etc. etc. I want to build a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdgRYMdPSZQ birdhouse] with room for other birds then collaboratively extend it and open source our designs. {{Kjsml}}
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[[User:Mbauwens|Michel]], I'd like to make sure we're all "on the same page" before I dig into developing my thoughts here. I'm aspiring to both develop a bunch of hyperlinked/wikilinked expository blurbs that have me directly describing aspects of my vision for bespoke DIY forms of commons oriented communities (designed from the start to integrate and interface well with existing sociopolitical-cultural forms and norms) while in parallel also developing fictional scenarios which illustrate how such might play out in practice. I'm thinking I'll start by developing such as drafts here in <code><nowiki>https://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/User:KevB-ing/abc/xyz</nowiki></code> subdomains and then, when a body of nodes has built up to some degree, bring things forward as outfacing pages open to critique and feedback. I'm hoping to express something whose sum exceeds its parts. To illustrate some resultant emergent idea through a complex of interlinked nodes of thought interwoven with [[User:KevB-ing/Drafts/The Valley|a sort of choose-your-own-adventure story]] which, once some base forms are set, others may extend, trim, contribute to, reshape, remodel, reply to (in kind and in critique), etc., etc. etc. I want to build a [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdgRYMdPSZQ birdhouse] with room for other birds then collaboratively extend it and open source our designs. {{Kjsml}}
  
 
--[[User:KevB-ing|KevB-ing]] ([[User talk:KevB-ing|talk]]) 18:55, 6 June 2021 (UTC)
 
--[[User:KevB-ing|KevB-ing]] ([[User talk:KevB-ing|talk]]) 18:55, 6 June 2021 (UTC)

Revision as of 21:23, 8 June 2021

Welcome to P2P Foundation!

We hope you will contribute much and well. You will probably want to read the help pages. Again, welcome and have fun! MIchel Bauwens (talk) 08:47, 5 June 2021 (UTC)

Hi Michel, thanks bunches for bringing me aboard! Do you know your sig (above) is presenting as "MIchel" instead of "Michel"? If that's an automated version (rather than a transient typo) you may want to correct it in your settings.
I've recently been in process of learning how to set up a homelab MediaWiki instance in order to organize and develop my thoughts on P2P/commons topics (and other things). Coming aboard here offers me a chance to get going on putting down some of my thoughts while taking a more leisurely and exploratory pace with the homelab stuff. I'm aiming at setting up a Proxmox instance on an old tower and then doing other stuff through VM's and containers; i.e. I was in process of getting hands on with some scalable web tech rather than just firing up a prebuilt MediaWiki instance in a VirtualBox VM or some such.
I've got a fair bit of MediaWiki editing experience through time spent as A Fellow Editor at Wikipedia. I've not been active there for a while (the en.wikipedia editing community has over time taken on some pretty toxic aspects, IMHO) but regardless once I've reacquainted myself with things I may be able to help at times with some site maintenance here. At the very least I can assist with some proofreading and copy editing. Perhaps you could put me in touch with the folks handling site tech and wiki admin here? Pinging some of them by linking usernames/userpages below might suffice.
--KevB-ing (talk) 18:55, 6 June 2021 (UTC)

My personal contribution/site use

Michel, I'd like to make sure we're all "on the same page" before I dig into developing my thoughts here. I'm aspiring to both develop a bunch of hyperlinked/wikilinked expository blurbs that have me directly describing aspects of my vision for bespoke DIY forms of commons oriented communities (designed from the start to integrate and interface well with existing sociopolitical-cultural forms and norms) while in parallel also developing fictional scenarios which illustrate how such might play out in practice. I'm thinking I'll start by developing such as drafts here in https://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/User:KevB-ing/abc/xyz subdomains and then, when a body of nodes has built up to some degree, bring things forward as outfacing pages open to critique and feedback. I'm hoping to express something whose sum exceeds its parts. To illustrate some resultant emergent idea through a complex of interlinked nodes of thought interwoven with a sort of choose-your-own-adventure story which, once some base forms are set, others may extend, trim, contribute to, reshape, remodel, reply to (in kind and in critique), etc., etc. etc. I want to build a birdhouse with room for other birds then collaboratively extend it and open source our designs. :  }

--KevB-ing (talk) 18:55, 6 June 2021 (UTC)