Pirate Cycling second edition
I propose we organize a second edition of pirate cycling. This time we can to divide the whole trip to a few days per month around weekends to get more participation. I propose we start after summer in June.
TODO list (if you would like to help, just edit and add your name)
- Update website - Kannan, Bady http://pirates.org.in/cycling
- Create posters - need volunteers
- Print T shirts (optional) - need volunteers
- Confirm about availability of enough cycles (renting cycles are not a possibility)
- Fix schedule - done
- Find accommodation - 27th PG center, 28th Moozhikkulam Sala.
- 27th evening 5pm - meet at PG Center - invite other groups
- 27th night - camp at PG Center
- 28th morning 8am - start cycling
- 28th meetups on the way - to be confirmed
- 28th evening - camping at Moozhikkulam Sala
- 29th morning - cycling back to Thrissur by another route
We are organizing second edition of Pirate Cycling to spread the Pirate Ideas to the wider society. First edition of this activity was 5 years back and mainly focused on issues relating to politics of technology.
Now we want to expand our focus to issues of identity based discrimination as well. We invite all marginalized or systematically discriminated communities (Women, LGBTIQ, Dalits, Tribals etc) to join this celebration of Pirates.
Indian Pirates is a political experiment in building a non-hierarchical political movement without separation of leaders and cadres, everyone has the opportunity to participate in policy making and every member has one vote in all decisions.
Hierarchical organizations and representatives were a historic necessity when communication among a group distributed across a large geographical area was impossible. People had to meet physically to discuss and decide on any issues and this created a barrier for all members to participate.
With advancement of communication technologies, we no longer have this restriction and every member interested in a topic can participate in discussions and be part of decision making.
Our Basic Principles [Include our basic principles]
Many of the principles listed are shared by many groups, but what makes us unique is our non-hierarchical structure and transparency. Every discussion and decision is available for all to see over the internet.
Pirate Praveen is checking February 15th, 2018 17:15
Would you like to join a second edition of Pirate Cycling? Closed 10:32pm - Wednesday 28 Feb 2018
5 people have shown interest, lets do it
You will have to cycle a few days a month over a weekend.
|5 - Yes|
|0 - No|
February 21st, 2018 09:14
Well the question is here if
I would like to join the second edition of Pirate Cycling?
Yes I would love to join that.
But, Would I be able to join it?
That's still not sure.
Pirate Praveen is checking June 30th, 2018 16:22
How about Pirate Cycling 2nd edition pilot in July 28 and 29? Closed 9:32pm - Friday 27 Jul 2018
We had a good cycling trip on 28th and 19th. Everyone should share their experiences and photos.
I propose we focus on meeting activists and activist groups in Thrissur. Propose other dates/area as separate poll if you can help organize it.
|6 - No|
|0 - Yes|
Prinz Piuz started a poll July 11th, 2018 07:33
how many of you have cycles Closed 1:02pm - Saturday 14 Jul 2018
|2 - no..but can arrange one|
|1 - no|
|1 - yes|
Pirate Praveen is checking July 13th, 2018 07:07
Can you join for a planning meetup in Thrissur on 15th? Closed 12:32pm - Sunday 15 Jul 2018
Those of us in Thrissur, lets meetup and plan the cycling: routes, people/organizations to meet, hiring cycles, place to stay, posters/pamphlets.
|2 - No|
|0 - Yes|
Pirate Praveen is checking August 2nd, 2018 10:51
Would you join a follow up meetup on 05th August? Closed 4:31pm - Sunday 5 Aug 2018
We had some positive response in the last meetup on 27th July. Agenda is to plan for future events. Venue: PG Center, Time: 5pm
|4 - No|
|1 - Yes|