Talk:AOC Managing Communities

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Gift Culture or the Gift Economy is a PRIMARY component of community--online or off. If it doesn't have a gift economy, then it is NOT a community. I would like to see this section fleshed out significantly. --[[User:Nurture Girl|Nurture Girl]] 11:12, 4 November 2007 (PST)
Gift Culture or the Gift Economy is a PRIMARY component of community--online or off. If it doesn't have a gift economy, then it is NOT a community. I would like to see this section fleshed out significantly. --[[User:Nurture Girl|Nurture Girl]] 11:12, 4 November 2007 (PST)
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A note about trolling would be very useful, I suspect. I have had to walk lots of new community members through the whole "what is a troll and what can we do about that" question.

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In the passion section, I would appreciate seeing something about a number of communities that have evolved around "making a difference" about a passion cause. Razoo, Zaadz, Care2, Omidyar.net etc all focus on making change in our world and get quite a few people contributing and then going into the world to DO things. --Nurture Girl 10:59, 4 November 2007 (PST)

The writing on this is very laborous, every sentence outlining each and every logical step. What about more story as examples? --Nurture Girl 10:59, 4 November 2007 (PST)

It is quite clear where the author stands on particular groups (inside or outside), which can be a great way to be transparent...or not. Stylisic choice to consider. :-) --Nurture Girl 11:06, 4 November 2007 (PST)

Gift Culture or the Gift Economy is a PRIMARY component of community--online or off. If it doesn't have a gift economy, then it is NOT a community. I would like to see this section fleshed out significantly. --Nurture Girl 11:12, 4 November 2007 (PST)

A note about trolling would be very useful, I suspect. I have had to walk lots of new community members through the whole "what is a troll and what can we do about that" question.

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