Where to find stuff
http://microsolidarity.cc is the public site for all documentation. This includes: resources like group process recipes, stories about what happens in crews and congregations, and notes/recordings from conversations about microsolidarity.
Different communities & congregations will have their own local documentation stores.
- Documentation from the Enspiral congregation is in this Google Drive directory
- The Secure Scuttlebutt (SSB) congregation coordinates on the #faerie-ring hashtag on SSB
If you have more resources to share, please feel free to dump them here and I'm happy to clean and sort them :)
I want to collect stories that motivate and support people to start new small group experiments.
If you're in a crew, and you want to help with the storytelling, here's what you can do: take notes. Nothing too heavy, just spend 5 or 10 minutes after each call and record some reflections.
For the early part of the journey, I want to know: how did you find crewmates? how did you agree on a shared **intention? what are your **desired outcomes* from this experiment? do you have a formal process? do you have defined roles? have you committed to a time-limited period? have you got ground rules or boundaries to keep the conversation within safe limits?*
Then, after you finish whatever process you've run, I want to know: what **surprised* you? what change happened for you? what did you learn? what was difficult? how did you keep people engaged? how would you make the next one better?*
Once you have some of these notes, I will love to interview you and publish your story.