Why I learned to stop worrying and love the wiki
- A wiki, you see, is the voice and platform of the worker, and there are many, many more workers than managers. A wiki is a way for workers to organize themselves and to serve their own needs without waiting for the boss, the manager, or the Encyclopedia Britannica to do it.source
I led a session on how to use a wiki for organizing social justice issues at the Atlanta US Social Forum, without a computer - and am a long time wiki walker. Co-founded http://WikiIndex.org and am extremely interested in using wiki for organizing for social justice.
I have consulted at the wiki project Green Policy which is documenting all progressive resolution.
- What Does It Mean To Think In Wiki?
- Social networking used to spread cyberpropaganda
- Wikipedia in theory (Marxist edition) - this post brings several things to light - the proprietary nature of social networking sites the most relevant to our work on the ICT.
- WikiPatterns: Anti-pattern: One Wiki space per Group
Seeding the wiki to see if it can be a place for US Social Forum Local Organizing Committee folks to work.
- Possible solution to feature / instruction creep on front page - use a table - like here?
- Interested in having an Open Source micro-blogging site exclusive to the US Social Forum - like Identi.ca - through Status.net. Good example: Phitter.com USSF micro-bloggin
- Figuring out how to achieve my dream of a social justice wiki - with not one, but two to choose from! - Local Planning Wiki and Technology Working Group wiki.
- Talk to FLOSS manuals - Adam
- Giving you a 15 minute training on how to use the wiki.
- Like the tool shed concept at Dreamfish
- Category:Form extensions
- How to change my MediaWiki logo image?