Sounds good! Accepted the Friday 14th invite. I will be travelling, but should be able to connect.
Questions + stuff I’d like to discuss:
1. Presentation: We now have most of the original content plan sorted. Hygge (thanks, @Joriam), the Assembly, and Libria are in complete first-draft status. I’m fleshing out the Covenant, since @alberto did the economy piece on that many moons ago: that’s 4/5.
With the extensive History post, that makes it 5/5 posts; I’d really like Avantgrid in there for 6/5 - @hugi? Can you show me enough of Avantgrid so we can ninja it?
What I originally wanted to do was what I think of as a stitching run: to take all the material and connect them to each other (especially dates of our fictional history, and add a few more hints of what @alberto and I thought of as the conflict zones - where the boundaries of these different ideals, represented by different Distrikts mix).
Now, after seeing the shape and structure that our thinking has followed (and especially the beautiful art and the gorgeous booklet), I would like to stitch it all together as a “Tourist’s Guide to Witness”, in the same vein that wikitravel is for backpackers. Thus it fits very neatly into both the booklet and the wiki structure.
2. Contribution: While we do that act of stitching, IMO we should all look for those ideas that we got from the participants of our first webinar and aggregate them into clusters of similar ideas. Those clusters we can reveal at the webinar, as microDistrikts, and invite participants to start imagining them and how they might grow!
Now there are many neat hooks from our core to bringing everyone else into the project: either to modify and contribute to the core, or literally spin up their own Distrikts and see how they interact with what we’ve set in place. This feeds very nicely into @MariaEuler’s participation map. How shall we pull this off? Who does what?
Would love to discuss.