Week 2 - synthesis
In week 1, we focused on inviting people to share and listen. Now we turn towards seeing if there's anything to make from what you've learnt. Did you notice a theme that you think needs exploring more? Do you notice any tensions/ contradictions between your work and someone elses? Have you found a "maybe-collaborator" that you'd like to talk more with?
This week it's up to you to decide what you, or the community might benefit from.
You're encouraged to start threads to explore, to invite someone for a call, to propose an idea and see who'd like to join an adventure, ... or to organise something in whatever format works for you.
If you're shy or not sure, you can start with a message to a butt you're friends with (or would like to be friends with). If you missed week 1, or haven't had a chance to read everthing, that's fine, just read a couple that you might want to connect with, OR just start whatever anyway :P
cc @nichoth @stevelord @Spencer @Mix Android @SoapDog (Macbook Air) @farewellutopia @staltz @less ☮️🇺🇦 @Cory [tf@raspi] @Rômulo Alves @nanomonkey @glyph @cblgh @epk @Maleficient @notplants @arj @cel @Peter_C_Dolan @Teq @Dave [ iOS ] @Matt Lorentz @Jeremy List (sorry, don't have you) @Rabble @bob @Eragon @trav
&& @erick, @zelf, @cryptix, @keks
Artifact Mutation by Dominik Mayer