"I thought this would be a good place to iron out the processes for this project so as not to disturb the work itself with shop talk chit chat (and useful thwacking) - tg
- a helpful lil recipe book (full of "how to walk and talk" pointers and exercises)
- something publishable and helpful and appealing to 2nd tier (i.e. a fun little book experiment/project)
- craft an array of valuable/nutritious mostly non-integral language.
- to advance the ability for a more collective publishing process in anyone who partipates. who knows what else it might spark in more individual projects.
- the whole thing may just turn into a broad exercise in expanding inclusivity of ITP in general. oh well
- maybe, if/once its more fleshed out, we can dress it up a bit with some marketing fashion and flair (i.e. the sugar on top)
- we can sign our initials to certain suggestions and unresolved things in order to help discussion of them
(oh yeah, anything to help us get out of the (useful but...) integral wilberite language is a plus)
- a helpful lil recipe book about.... " i like the "array of valuable and nutritious" sharings that can be applied towards skillful means.
- for me to know how to direct my energy collaboratively, however, i need to know what type of recipe book we're creating? a recipe book on how to walk out into the world and connect with others in deepening and expanding ways? how to communicate in a language that can be received by people of all developmental levels (p.s. developmental levels is a non-integral word for meme.)?????
it seems like the wiki way is to sign your name after your post... ;-) AshleyCooper
what is your intention for this workplace? why are we creating it? what do you want it to be? for me, i noticed a bunch of great ideas imbedded in the doing the work thread and i thought to have them written out in a more concise format cound be a valuable document. for this to turn into a "fuller" workspace, i think that a shared goal/theme is valuable (essential). i tend to veer away from strictly integral language because not everyone knows how to speak it... but that's just me. you can click on the (diff) button at the bottom of pages to see what is different. however, i like the initials in parentheses as it's easy to spot. i haven't had a chance to read what you've added yet, todd. so for the moment, you're on your own. what are your thought?
- The wiki software won't let your edits crash. If two people edit at the same time, the 2nd one will be asked to fix the conflict.
- Also, if you click RecentChanges, you can see what's changed recently. Notice how some people have their names next to their recently changed pages? You can put your name in by clicking the Preferences link and putting your name is like this FirstLast? (that's also how you create a link to your own page). --TedErnst