Today is International Day Against DRM.
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hey, social.coop community folk
I've added a page to wiki to list out some of the documents and pages we used as reference in the making of our own docs.
I've added the 11t agreement, but can't find links for the other stuff. Conflict resolution and reporting-related stuff as far as I remember, but I'm sure there's plenty I don't. Please send links my way, and/or add them to the wiki! :)
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Been catching up on a nice little series of 15 minute docs on Radio 4 called "How to Disagree: A Beginner's Guide to Having Better Arguments". Talks about constructive resolution of disagreements, compromise, etc. feels quite relevant to the social coop community docs stuff
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