From:   Ashley Anderson <ashley@peacefuluprising.org>
Sent time:   Tuesday, October 18, 2011 1:13:47 PM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] Reports on occupations around the US
 

While I'm waiting to hear back (I'm pretty certain he'll be delighted) I had an idea: a "staying occupied" section where cities can share great ideas about things they are doing to keep busy. That way folks will know what works, doesn't, etc.

On Oct 18, 2011 10:39 AM, "Ashley Anderson" <ashley@peacefuluprising.org> wrote:
Absolutely! We've got some great designers here in SLC http://occupyslc.org/ who I am certain would love to help put this together. I will talk to them about this right away, and let you know was soon as possible. 



On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 10:14 PM, Marina Sitrin <marina.sitrin@gmail.com> wrote:
I cannot do the technical work (and thank you all for all that you are
doing to make it happen!) But I can help compile info and training
material, so for example, having done activist legal for years, we can
put together a how to suggestion packet - negotiating lawyers, how to
keep the political agenda and not a legalistic one etc.(using material
from activist legal collectives etc)  Also on facilitation, consensus,
and all sorts of other great tools for horizontal space creation.

In Solidarity,
M.

On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 10:59 PM, David DeGraw <David@ampedstatus.com> wrote:
> the plan has been to set up OWSnews.org/com and arrange for many people
> throughout the country to post their local OWS news.  also
> OWSnetwork.org/com would be a social network for OWS activists using the
> same system we used here:  http://ampedstatus.org/network/
>
> the development work is all done, just need some design help.  figure if we
> can get about 12 admins dedicated to posting / editing it could be a vital
> resource.
>
> Are there people here who would like to help get this project rolling?
>
> Micah, do you have any colleagues who can help out?
>
> if we can get a good logo, can prob have the site live in a few days.
>
>
> On 10/17/2011 3:50 PM, Micah White wrote:
>
> At this point, one of the biggest possible contributions to the movement
> would be a central site that aggregated all the local news about each
> individual occupation.
>
> I am in Berkeley, and there at least half a dozen occupations within 15
> miles (SF, Oakland, Richmond, Walnut Creek, etc etc). Some of these are
> attracting 2,000 people or more on the weekends. And yet, I can barely
> locate any information. There is no single source of information.
>
> We need a site like occupytogether.org that handles news (local corporate
> news and citizen journalist eye witness accounts).  This is a labor
> intensive project, but could be aided by scraping RSS and other aggregating
> techniques.
>
> Micah
>
> On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 12:39 PM, Doug Singsen <dougsingsen@gmail.com>
> wrote:
>>
>> We know that there are hundreds of occupations happening around the
>> country, but I've had a hard time finding good reports on what has actually
>> been happening at them, how big they are, what they're thinking about or
>> working on, what other groups and struggles they are linking up with, etc.
>> The Google Maps and Meetup maps show where meetings, rallies and occupations
>> are happening, but they don't provide much information on what these events
>> actually look like, as far as I can tell. For anyone who's interested in
>> seeing more detailed reports on some of the many occupations taking place,
>> SocialistWorker.org has set up a page to post reports at
>> http://socialistworker.org/2011/10/17/reports-from-occupy-everywhere. There
>> are only five up there now, but we'll keep adding reports as we receive
>> them, and anyone can submit a report, so if you have info on any occupations
>> outside NYC, please send them in. And if anyone knows of any other good
>> resources for reading details on occupations around the US (or the world),
>> please send them to the list as well.
>>
>> Doug Singsen
>
>
>



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