(Yes occupy.global is the same thing as ows.offline, and occupy.wifi, which were earlier names I've abandoned. I'm kind of hoping not to rename it again!)
On Oct 27, 2011, at 8:00 AM, Dan Phiffer wrote:
I'm working with a very similar idea, and I chose almost the same name as you! occupy.global is a local-access-only forum I'm in the process of bringing online at OWS. I'm hoping it might spread elsewhere, the software is designed to sync between federated installations.
There's a demo installation of it running here:
I'm working with the Free Network Foundation who are providing wifi service in Zuccotti park and who have plans for similar offerings at the other Occupy cities. I'm very interested in coordinating with other occupations so, unless there's another established place for it, I invite you to introduce yourself here:
On Oct 27, 2011, at 7:14 AM, arcas bradbury wrote:
yes, please include me as well. I am working with group at http://occupyglobal.net trying to understand and connect global issues.
We also have a teamspeak server set up at voice.occupyglobal.net but it doesn't have enough regular users to make it valuable yet.
On Thu, Oct 27, 2011 at 12:20 AM, Allyson Trull <email@example.com> wrote:
I'm getting quickly overwhelmed by this listserv and the number of e-mails that come through per day. I am looking to create mini "affinity groups"/ "support groups" from people from different occupations around the country/world. I'm looking for a few people that would be interested in having a 1/2 hour per week phone or skype conversation/check in. I'm feeling a little lost in this movement especially given the overwhelming amount of media there is on the internet about it. I'm looking to connect with living PEOPLE though, instead of newstories, youtube videos, & soundbytes. I also notice a lot of people here at the Providence camp getting burned out and am looking for a way to support each other through it.
If you might be interested in something of the sort, please let me know.
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