So thanks to the diligent, analytical and explicative brilliance of Amy Gibbo we have harvested from the sea (literally!) of Monday night’s IRL event a series of Recipes for Making Jellyfish! i.e. jellyfish models for our MozFest space – no interspecies experimentation required!
Please look at this here extremely fun document, put together by Amy, which explains a variety of simple ways to construct one
Then you can all go make one! Make one with materials that mean something to you or your community! Then we can have a truly diverse family of jellyfish models with which to strain symbolism to its breaking point!
And if you come up with your own way of making one (with , say, lights and engines and stuff) then let us have the instructions for building it and we’ll add it to the document.
Thanks all! Swim well. Swim free.
The Commons Platform In Real Life events came about through reflecting on how we could link up the virtual community of the platform with the physical so that the Commons Platform could also be experienced in person. Continue reading ““Commons Platform In Real Life” events”
This month’s IRL event was specifically intended to help get the ball rolling on preparing our space for MozFest (Mozilla’s big annual open-source technology bash held at Ravensbourne College in North Greenwich ). Continue reading “Monthly Meeting – October 2018: The One Where We Made Jellyfish”
How can we create a thriving community where people can contribute and where all contributions are valued?
Continue reading “Notes from our Design Workshop 16/09/18”
We worked collaboratively to come up with ideas for the look and feel of the Commons Platform. Starting from the core values of the platform, we developed presentations around potential design principles for the site.
Continue reading “Notes from our Design Workshop 15/09/2018”