[Python-ideas] A service to crawl +1s and URLs out of mailman archives
wes.turner at gmail.com
Fri Dec 19 10:50:34 CET 2014
On Thu, Dec 18, 2014 at 6:23 PM, Nick Coghlan <ncoghlan at gmail.com> wrote:
> [...] Loomio (www.loomio.org).
> That's essentially a web discussion forum that allows the use of Apache
> style voting to come to a consensus. It calls the four levels Agree,
> Abstain, Disagree, Block, and presents a summary of "current position
> statements" alongside the discussion.
What a great idea!
> You’ll be prompted to make a short statement about the reason for your
> decision. This makes it easy to see a summary of what everyone thinks and
> why. You can change your mind and edit your decision freely until the
> proposal closes
I took a course in "Collaboration" offered through a local university in
which one of our applied objectives was to collaboratively write a free
ebook (now on LuLu) about collaboration; it was a great way to study for
the final, in regards to Collaborative Engineering.
"6 Patterns of Collaboration": Generate, Reduce, Clarify, Organize,
Evaluate, Build Consensus.
In band with email and mailing lists would be great. Recently, I made the
mistake of trying to approximate the https://github.com/twitter/twitter-text
JS code which matches @username and #\w (#RTLunicodew\). Syntax
highlighting could be useful.
TL;DR I really like the "Agree, Abstain, Disagree, Block" distinction; it
would be great to somehow integrate with email, somehow.
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