Art of Participatory Leadership, day three

Chris Corrigan

This is a huge and important teaching about harvesting. It was a powerful way to experience hosting and being hosted, joining the field and harvesting in the moment, becoming fully present. My friend Robert Oetjen was a key member of our hosting team at Altmoisa.

Growing seeds in thin soil

Chris Corrigan

A cafe today, with littler preparation on the ground and a tricky issue in a community, but a good result today and some good learnings about harvesting. Lichens and mosses break down rock and create mineral soils that larger plants can grow in. It’s by no means a garden of rare and wonderous plants, but with careful tending, the meager harvest from tonight could at least represent a change in the life of the community around this issue.

Tom Vander Wall Nails My Sharepoint Experience | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What I thought would be easy (from a Drupal perspective) was complicated or just not supported with MOSS. One snag with MOSS is that each sub-site defines its own taxonomy, so from day 1 you end up with silos.

Tom Vander Wall Nails My Sharepoint Experience | Full Circle Associates

Nancy White

What I thought would be easy (from a Drupal perspective) was complicated or just not supported with MOSS. One snag with MOSS is that each sub-site defines its own taxonomy, so from day 1 you end up with silos.