Group membrane and gatekeeping agreements for new collective governance members
We need to formalise some decisions and processes as to how we bring new people in to the group in these early stages. It is assumed that eventually we want things to be completely open; but in this embryonic phase it may be better to lay a good foundation first.
Only abstaining because I don't know her. In generally, agree with growing the group, and am fine taking your all words for new people.
pospi started a proposal Wed 22 Jan 2020
Invite Carolyn Beer to participate in the collective, Loomio group & convening call Closed Wed 29 Jan 2020
Hmm, not enough engagement here to make a decision I feel comfortable with. We'll have to leave this for now.
For those who don't know her, Carolyn is a passionate and talented human who works with integrity. She works in managing the Holochain community and has taken on the job of stewarding HOLO's organisational culture, so there's a lot of intersection between her goals and our own.
Besides doing a lot of work to build community (especially developer community around Holo-REA), she also has an interest in being involved with academia, particularly in writing on the intersections between AI / race / class & gender.
For these reasons and more, and because I can see an obvious path where a "Holochain community technology commons" becomes one of this group's funded projects, I think we should bring Carolyn in as early as possible.
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Sun 15 Dec 2019
I agree for a grass roots approach, people need to see how decisions are made and if someone questions why the economic toolkit is taking a certain stance or direction we are able to send them the unlisted link.
pospi started a proposal Sat 14 Dec 2019
We should make the Gitbook and Loomio group shareable Closed Sat 21 Dec 2019
Gitbook is now publicly shareable via a secret link: https://economikit.gitbook.io/group-governance/-LwVmwtwlxCxHXJ5Brd8/
Loomio group still private since there is no "secret link" version of visibility on Loomio. To be put to a vote in the new year (:
So that we can start to share these discussions with potentially interested parties.
Note that this would be like an "unlisted video" on YouTube in that the links to the Loomio group and Gitbook would not be publicly discoverable and can only be accessed by those we explicitly share them with (and who they share with, and so on).
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pospi started a proposal Mon 2 Dec 2019
We should make the gitbook and Loomio group "unlisted" for readonly sharing with interested parties Closed Thu 12 Dec 2019
Since I started this before everyone had accounts set up, makes sense to run it again
Ideally I would like to be able to send this work-in-progress documentation to potential collaborators who might have an interest in what we're doing. So I think it makes sense to have unlisted URLs which are readonly for those in the group in order to enable us to share.
There does however need to be a clear indication given when sharing with others that these discussions are a work in progress.
Not sure how others in the group might feel about this... let's find out!
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