Re: [holistichelping] Re: [globalvillages] Lets re-map the world into global-communites
- the most famous platform which support a data-base I am aware of is http://www.catcomm.org/en/I think the work needed is to study existing models and check what is missing link to start new movement, which I think it moves through the gate of new-economy like I listed bellow by designing healing-production-cell. I am quite sure the majority will go for it.One Note: There is people try to put "cultural barrier" between us people when one used to speak about removing "political borders and barrier":I think we have to consider culture in its natural positive dimension which is the impulse moving the self-aware flux around and cause emergence. Healthy cultural diversity is like healthy biodiversity and once both match we will have ONE acting healthy life Biotope/Ecosystem.
The bitopical-economic system functioning under new unified global trademark should be something like a teraputical healing pill for society.
Currently I am trying hard to introduce it in Palestinian "terroteries" so that we use future universal trajecotires in our currently freezing nation-building process (and cold peace process) because of the whole mixture of conflicts.On Wed, Jul 22, 2009 at 3:59 PM, Peter Burgess <peterbNYC@...> wrote:
It is great to see this message ...
This is very much the idea behind the Tr-Ac-Net initiative for
Community Analytics (CA)
There is one difference that I note ... a characteristic of CA is to
have some simple metrics about the state of the community and the
progress of the community. The CA framework allows for drill down to
more detail, but without losing touch with the basic socio-economic
progress of the community. The CA approach makes it possible to have
more information without excessive data overload!
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On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 7:24 PM, Franz Nahrada<f.nahrada@...> wrote:
> what you propose - to have a geographically nested database of communities
> allowing for interaction and communication - is exactly what I had in mind
> with the GlobalVillages Information Infrastructure and I wanted to share
> in my third part of the summer letter.
> So here in a nutshell is an idea:
> * to have a wiki with the domain "globalvillage.at", which is allready
> secured since many years.
> ** each local community that participates in this Wiki gets equal
> structural access - and its own easy URL.
> ** for example: globalvillage.at/Eiciunai or globalvillage.at/Jenin
> * to have these "talking names" lead to ease of finding and retrieving
> places (almost like wikipedia, there will also be diambiguation pages) and
> be an incentive for publishing.
> * to have a standardised description methodology which includes the "soft
> parameters" that wikipedia is not able to provide
> * to have metadata in the pages of the wiki that allow for determination of
> ** geographical location
> ** clustering by cultural parameters and values
> ** articulation of dynamic processes and projects
> it is still an idea but one that could work. Lets improve the idea