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Re: [] Introducting Strypey

From: Danyl Strype
Subject: Re: [] Introducting Strypey
Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2013 11:21:54 +1200

Kia ora koutou

I agree that we need more than lists. Lists are what evolve when individuals are documenting the results of their own reading, in case it's useful later on (or more optimistically, useful to others). The sort of detailed evaluations Mike talks about really needs a group of people,and ideally they would have specific outcomes eg recommendations to developers on protocols, a collective push for user adoption of a certain package or protocol etc.

On 30 April 2013 10:14, Michel Bauwens <address@hidden> wrote:
why not useĀ for categorising the maturity of the projects/ we could offer a form that would make it easier to do so?

Kia ora Michael, I was keen a while back to contribute to the P2P Foundation wiki, but I had trouble creating an account. Is there a trick to it?

BTW Thanks for blogging about the paper I submitted to Free Culture:
(It would be great if you could correct the spelling of my name though - Danyl Strype ;)

He mihi nui

Danyl Strype
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