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EventsSite - style2 by SamaraSteele
EventsSite - style2
I'm working on decentralized events software, and this is the early phase of brainstorming before I start building out the code.  I'm new at coding, so any tips will appreciated! 

A variety of applications are possible, including decentralized education networks.  This is based on advancing work I did for a startup called villagecraft.org/.

At villagecraft, users had two basic roles: event coordinator and attendee.  My goal is to expand the variety of roles to allow for (1) full transparency (2) greater potential for decentralization + avoiding bottlenecks that create power differentials.  

At this point, I believe there are 5 basic roles that go into making an event good that has been posted on an online calendar.  These roles are:

Attendees - People who attend the event
Event Organizer - Person who puts the event together 
Space Keeper - Person who opens up the space to hold the event  
Pollinator - Person who does outreach, which may include personal invites, traditional publicity, and reification of new subcultures
Attendee
Coder - Web developer who creates software.  It is suggested they spend time as a social engineer for an amount of time to allow them to understand underlying patterns.  

Other roles I've identified that likely won't be incorporated into the the site:

Organizational Liaison - This role can be encompassed by any of the other roles
Social Engineer - This is a good pre-requisite to doing work as a Pollinator or Coder

This is all still in development! Any feedback is great!

I'll be open-sourcing the code at 
github.com/SamaraSteele/EventS…
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EventsSite - style1 by SamaraSteele
EventsSite - style1
I'm working on decentralized events software, and this is the early phase of brainstorming before I start building out the code.  I'm new at coding, so any tips will appreciated

A variety of applications are possible, including decentralized education networks.  This is based on advancing work I did for a startup called villagecraft.org/.

At villagecraft, users had two basic roles: event coordinator and attendee.  My goal is to expand the variety of roles to allow for (1) full transparency (2) greater potential for decentralization + avoiding bottlenecks that create power differentials.  

At this point, I believe there are 5 basic roles that go into making an event good that has been posted on an online calendar.  These roles are:

Attendees - People who attend the event
Event Organizer - Person who puts the event together 
Space Keeper - Person who opens up the space to hold the event  
Pollinator - Person who does outreach, which may include personal invites, traditional publicity, and reification of new subcultures
Attendee
Coder - Web developer who creates software.  It is suggested they spend time as a social engineer for an amount of time to allow them to understand underlying patterns.  

Other roles I've identified that likely won't be incorporated into the the site:

Organizational Liaison - This role can be encompassed by any of the other roles
Social Engineer - This is a good pre-requisite to doing work as a Pollinator or Coder

This is all still in development! Any feedback is great!

I'll be open-sourcing the code at 
github.com/SamaraSteele/EventS…
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Samara Hayley Steele
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I am not interested to pretending to define myself. I will never truly "know myself." But even if I somehow could, it would be impossible to communicate what I know to others. What is art, but the product of failed communication?
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kociarrra Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Welcome in dA:dummy:
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SamaraSteele Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2013  Professional Artist
Thank you! & thanks for the Llama badge! ...What exactly does the badge mean, anyway?
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kociarrra Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
hmm... <I think> It's accolade,testimonial;)
No problem;D

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