[permaculture] permaculture wiki
grifenhope at gmail.com
grifenhope at gmail.com
Wed Dec 9 13:46:19 EST 2009
Theré ís also The caórdic Permaculture Institute wiki in englísh and spanish, with an impresive list of collaborators. This ís probably a good space to have conversatíoñs aboút our internatíonal protocols like the pdc requierment and curriculum, and ís a likely cándidate for a global admin of the new proposed multilingual diploma of áppliéd PC design systém being worked on by earth Action mentor, Gaia university and co, including us here in chile through the new chileno PC Institute. The caordic PC institute ís a neutral place free of many of the trappings of other "institutes" where we may be able to develop / agree on a refreshed pdc currículum, and diploma protocols etc in collaboratión leáding up to ipc 10. And perhaps we can look towards other issues like clarifying our global consensus, and sketching out our global léarning commúnity or académy as bill imagined it way back. We might do well to work out who ís The Permaculture Institute(s). Time for ís to move, ás The péndulim has! Love from chile, Grifen sorry aboút The accents and spellíng!
From: mIEKAL aND <qazingulaza at gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 11:43:09
To: permaculture<permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
Subject: Re: [permaculture] permaculture wiki
There is a full install of mediawiki with a lot of work put into it at:
Not sure who's moderating this, but it could easily be a good backbone
for accumulating content if some sort of spam proof authentication was
installed. I removed spam from about 25 pages but there is still a
lot more in there. All that's really needed is some momentum to post
content to it.
On Dec 9, 2009, at 10:57 AM, paul wheaton wrote:
>> Websites are cheap to run and wiki's don't consume a lot of
>> bandwidth. This
>> could be up in a month easily.
>> Does anyone here have experience with wikis and social networking
> This probably isn't a fit for what you are thinking, but ....
> permies.com is about to push forward a wiki of sorts. Some of the
> permies folks wanted a place to distill some threads so that a person
> wouldn't have to pour through a really long discussion to get the best
> The software appears to now be running. We've spent a lot of time
> fiddling with it. And now we just need to start fiddling with the
> As for experience in social networking. Well .... this probably
> doesn't count for what you are thinking of, but I've been running
> on-line forum-like things for over 20 years (anybody here familiar
> with BBS's and the like (the online thing before the internet)).
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