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Better Means

BetterMeans (homepage) is a platform for collaborating on work in an open way. It is a useful tool for those wishing to practice open stewardship in a project. The Coalition of the Willing is using BetterMeans – you can either:…
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Open Source

Open Source, Wiki Culture, and Open Space each present challenges of shared stewardship that ultimately orient us to Open Stewardship. It is the abundance of forums, sites and tools that create the need for an integrating model and approach. Projects…
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Desired features

Facebook-style social media with user profiles; activity timeline and status updates; friend feeds; blogging. For all FB’s downsides, it effectively engages people. Many find it enjoyable to use, and use it extensively. Profiles with Karma (or alternative) Green media aggregation…
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Desired features

Facebook-style social media with user profiles; activity timeline and status updates; friend feeds; blogging. For all FB’s downsides, it effectively engages people. Many find it enjoyable to use, and use it extensively. Profiles with Karma (or alternative) Green media aggregation…
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Community portal

The Coalition Portal offers an overview of Coalition initiatives, and a set of paths for newcomers to find where they can best learn and contribute to the work. Please help us to create a better portal to the Coalition of…
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Open Stewardship

Open Stewardship is the operating philosophy of the Coalition. Review the first statement on Stewardship and Open Culture.Reproduced from the Coalitionblog, with slight modifications per context of “being here on cotw.cc”: Stewardship and Open CultureThe openness meme has gained credibility…
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