In the last soon four years, allmende.io has developed from a personal pet project to a meaningful infrastructure for few communities.
From early steps
to shy experiments
to a migration of all of allmende.io into Ecobytes infrastructure, this place and the allmende.io community has remained pretty much quiet. Now we are opening up the infrastructure to a wider range of users and contributors. To initiate the conversation, I am offering the following questions in whose answeres I am interested in, and believe a wider community would be, too, to provide entrance points and present actual needs of help:
- How do you want the computational commons, comprised of its #allmende-io:sub-domains, be presented and maintained?
- Which ideas do you have for the sites
- datengarten.allmende.io has few user groups who regularily sync their files to it
- meta.allmende.io lately attracted questions about federated wiki, but also holds comment space for the blog and old MMM discussions
- blog.allmende.io contains articles about reflecting upon our work here
- hack.allmende.io is in daily usage at ecobytes
- text.allmende.io is in daily usage elsewhere
- calc.allmende.io is in regular usage elsewhere
- kanban.allmende.io is in testing
- lab.allmende.io is in daily usage at ecobytes
- swim.allmende.io is in monthly usage at ecobytes
- apps.allmende.io is in daily usage for Development Operations
- wiki.allmende.io is a federated wiki farm
- socio.federated.wiki just returned from the grave and is ready to accept guests
- How to improve the voluntary support in the various channels?