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An anatomy of a community


Suw Charman has a useful and thought provoking post at Strange Attractor about the way that communities work, using the Open Rights Group as an example of how they work with a core, a looser community around it with sub-groups and a wider, less connected "constituency.

This analysis really works for and I've filed it for future reference.

: : BTW although I'm a member of the Open Rights Group I suspect I am more in the constituency layer than even the loosely-joined community. Must put that right at some point...


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