On 11/24/2016 06:33 AM, mray wrote:
> On 24.11.2016 14:10, Stephen Michel wrote:
>> -1. I don't think crowdmatching is something we can claim, much like Patreon 
>> can't claim the word "patron". And all the other words in this sentence and 
>> their order are important to get the idea across. The only thing I might 
>> change is "our" => "a".
> We invented the word. We should claim it.
> I think "crowdmatching" should become the new "kickstarting".

Actually when I thought of it and searched for it in June, I did find
somebody had already used it, though with a different meaning:

On 06/10/2016 04:39 PM, Michael Siepmann wrote:

> In thinking about that, I thought of a possible word to use
> "crowdmatching" and wondered if Snowdrift has ever considered using
> that?  I searched to see if anyone else was using it and found
> http://makinggoodthingshappen.org/about-crowdmatching-2/ using it in a
> somewhat different way.  For the moment, I've used the phrase "mutual
> matching" in the "spread the word" part of the mockup.

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