Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc and other stuff

2003-07-30 Thread Joshua Koenig
Here's where I begin and end on this. It is in fact the nature of the beast and one can choose, as a player to work for change within it (and risk being consumed by it), or work outside for it (and risk being used, then ultimately sidelined by it) or choose to sit it out and navel gaze to the

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc and other stuff

2003-07-30 Thread CMR
That last sentence, cast in bronze. Ours is but to choose individually. Whatever your opinion on the Dean campaign and how they interact with us, it's up to individuals to make their choices. This group is an informal association, and I don't think we're going to make a collective decision

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-30 Thread Joshua Koenig
Independent of the terminology, I believe it is crucial for any sort of online community building tool to facilitate interaction between the users above and beyond merely listing information. I am concerned from what I am hearing, that such functionality seems to be missing from 'Deanster' and I

RE: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-30 Thread Zephyr Teachout
PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Joshua Koenig Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 2:03 PM To: Aldon Hynes Cc: Zephyr Teachout; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc Independent of the terminology, I believe it is crucial for any sort of online community

RE: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-29 Thread Aldon Hynes
PM To: 'Joshua Koenig'; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc This is fantastic. Thanks Josh! I believe that if we get this up and running, over 500,000 people will use it. I do -- over 1,000,000 on friendster, and they aren't trying to change the world :) The single

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-29 Thread Joshua Koenig
] Draft Deanster Design Doc This is fantastic. Thanks Josh! I believe that if we get this up and running, over 500,000 people will use it. I do -- over 1,000,000 on friendster, and they aren't trying to change the world :) The single biggest request we get from folks in the field is how do I find

RE: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-29 Thread Zephyr Teachout
Teachout; 'Joshua Koenig'; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc Well, I'm trying to catch up on everything that happened over the weekend while I was off at the folk music festival. So, I'm sorry if I'm covering things that have already been covered, but I would like

RE: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-29 Thread Aldon Hynes
- From: Joshua Koenig [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, July 29, 2003 5:43 PM To: Aldon Hynes Cc: Zephyr Teachout; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc Aldon, I think you're missing part of the picture here. DeanSpace (e.g. volunteer effort, community

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
The one thing that I would change in Josh's model is just that we are not thinking of this as a place for public expression (why I support Dean) not because we don't want that expression, but because (1) there are other venues for it, and (2) it drastically (or almost completely) eviscerates the

RE: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-28 Thread Zephyr Teachout
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2003 11:36 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc The one thing that I would change in Josh's model is just that we are not thinking of this as a place for public expression (why I support Dean) not because we don't

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-28 Thread Lynn Siprelle
I built this in after talking with Britt about the idea for future Howard Dean sites to include rotating volunteer statements as part of the design. That's funny, Zack and I were talking about something similar on AIM as part of the endorse module (but we kind of agreed to put it into

Re: [hackers] Draft Deanster Design Doc

2003-07-28 Thread Joshua Koenig
I built this in after talking with Britt about the idea for future Howard Dean sites to include rotating volunteer statements as part of the design. That's funny, Zack and I were talking about something similar on AIM as part of the endorse module (but we kind of agreed to put it into