Weird new project super-super draft-y: https://medlabboulder.gitlab.io/democraticmediums/ Anyone want to help?
@mattcropp thoughts on the sortition page? examples you'd want to add? https://medlabboulder.gitlab.io/democraticmediums/mediums/sortition/
A concern of mine is DRY (do not repeat). I started a collection of practices that helped a group I was working with some years ago here: https://yunity.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/YUN/pages/18317679/Modules+for+sustainable+organization (a bit more low-level than the articles you started) and since then I've seen several other collections of tools. I notice that your MkDocs files have no prepended YAML: is it supported?
Would you like to chat?
Which is great, because markdown + YFM (YAML Front Matter) is becoming pretty standard across a range of generators, and I think portability across different apps/views is very important (and I guess you too: we're chatting on Mastodon!)
@douginamug @dazinism Yes, thanks for this! I was actually at first considering Jekyll for this, and it may end up being useful to switch to it, for which YAML would be helpful. I didn't use YAML in these templates so far just because I didn't see the data being useful at this point, especially since mkdocs doesn't support tagging. That may become a problem.
@douginamug BTW, added the yunity directory here, in the interest of solidarity: https://medlabboulder.gitlab.io/democraticmediums/about/resources/
To me the main difference may be that DM is focused on more scalable governance patterns, designed less for small groups and more for large networks.
Looking forward to talking more!
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