I write a personal weblog, [Seb's Open Research] (pointers and thoughts on the evolution of knowledge sharing and social software), and contribute to ManyToMany?, a group weblog on SocialSoftware.
I started [Know-how Wiki], which is about giving and getting practical advice. It runs on UseMod with free links. It's currently in hibernation, until I get around to reviving it.
I am the originator of KoAting, another wiki which is meant to provide a memory of sorts to KuroShin.
I've also started the GroupFormingMailingList with the help a few co-conspirators.
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5. SocialSoftware. First time that something I wrote has been written down as "The Truth". I'm stoked. ;)
4. The [Everything in Moderation weblog] shines the light closely on a tremendously important topic. I'll be sure to follow it.
3. I haven't followed closely what happened between LionKimbro and MeatBall, but from glancing at the older versions of his page I (oddly?) find myself in vague agreement with many of his criticisms... I believe I share his goal with respect to interconnecting communities. This flagrantly needs to be done, and probably doesn't fit in here too well. I still don't know how to succeed - at first glance it would require a competent "foreign affairs minister" in each community -- good luck. For an early attempt of mine see SelfOrganizingOnlineCommunityDirectory.
2. The PatternLanguageForLivingCommunication project has several points of overlap with MeatBall. At 250+ patterns and many active participants the project is quite advanced (though some patterns are seriously underdeveloped). Unfortunately they aren't using a wiki, which makes it harder to foster CrossPollination? between the communities.
1. This wiki has become much more active in recent months as Sunir came back from his journeys. I wish I could follow it, but just looking at SpaghettiWiki made me think it would take way too much time. Do we need a WikiJournalist??
Moved from WikisInNeedForBusConnections:
Seb, sorry (blush), I obvously misunderstood the IPs on RecentChanges . Thank you for improving - not only rephrasing - this page. -- HelmutLeitner
BTW would you be disappointed if I ask you to join the INTERNATIONAL-WIKI-TOUR, at least as a first step? It's just my personal opinion, but the GWT is meant to connect large communities that also work as nodes to other tours.
I would see a very central function for the KnowHowWiki in the future and a place for it in the GWT. It's a bit in the future and a vision: as a connection point for a USER-SUPPORT-TOUR or PRODUCT-SUPPORT-TOUR or CUSTOMER-COMMUNITY-TOUR (for corporations supporting their customers) "caring for all product-independent user KH". What do you think? Do you have the energy to live up to such high expectations? -- HelmutLeitner
Hay Seb just because you are a polymath doesn't mean you have to derive an inferiority complex from the urinating contests of mathematicians and their devotion to nontriviality. KHW may not be a Grand Wiki, but it is most assuredly a Great Wiki.
I think KHW has the potential to stand side by side with the Wikipedia, like "umetnost" with "znanie". -- LorraineLee