Collaborating just for the sake of collaborating is a dead end.  So is
setting up an infrastructure with the goal of simply encouraging
collaboration.  People need to be excited about the *end results* and
potential of a project, and out of that group a tiny percentage will
want to actively contribute. I don't think past collaboration projects
died because of a lack of proper infrastructure; they died because
they lacked a grandiose, targeted result.

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