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 * reporting progress and ideas in [[london:​updates|blog posts which are indexed here]] * reporting progress and ideas in [[london:​updates|blog posts which are indexed here]]
 * creating a [forum](https://​www.networkedcity.online) for a [[cop:​copindex|a community of practice]] * creating a [forum](https://​www.networkedcity.online) for a [[cop:​copindex|a community of practice]]
 +* working on several projects, reported below
  
 Over the past the 18 month our group, operating as [[london:​connectinglondoners|Connecting Londoners]],​ has included at various times David Wilcox, Drew Mackie, Matt Scott, Barbara Brayshay, Nicolas Fonty, Pete Burden and others. ​ Over the past the 18 month our group, operating as [[london:​connectinglondoners|Connecting Londoners]],​ has included at various times David Wilcox, Drew Mackie, Matt Scott, Barbara Brayshay, Nicolas Fonty, Pete Burden and others. ​
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 As project leader Christine Goodall says, the aim is to "​co-produce with small and user-led equality organisations in London a system that uses digital tools to build and strengthen their networks, enable better connections for collaboration,​ campaigning and solidarity, and enhance their voice and influence"​. ​ As project leader Christine Goodall says, the aim is to "​co-produce with small and user-led equality organisations in London a system that uses digital tools to build and strengthen their networks, enable better connections for collaboration,​ campaigning and solidarity, and enhance their voice and influence"​. ​
  
-The project will also have a key aim of sharing learning throughout the project, building a repository of resources that will be made widely accessible. [[https://​www.networkedcity.london/​equalities/​news1|More here]].+"The project will also have a key aim of sharing learning throughout the project, building a repository of resources that will be made widely accessible" 
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 +[[https://​www.networkedcity.london/​equalities/​news1|More here about the programme]] 
 +* [[https://​www.networkedcity.london/​equalities/​ndmjobspec|Recruitment of Network Development Manager]]
  
 **Games, apps and maps for the Commons** **Games, apps and maps for the Commons**
  
-We are developing the idea of "​Commons"​ as environments for conversation and collaboration,​ with games to enable the design and development through the use of maps, apps, stories and self-organising. We are building on earlier Living Lab games, and adding an app.[[https://​www.networkedcity.london/​livinglab/​commons|More here]].+We are developing the idea of "​Commons"​ as environments for conversation and collaboration,​ with games to enable the design and development through the use of maps, apps, stories and self-organising. We are building on earlier Living Lab games, and now have a prototype ​app through pro bono support from [[https://​www.foundersandcoders.com|Founders and Coders]] ​[[https://​www.networkedcity.london/​livinglab/​commons|More here]].
  
 **Mapping the Commons** **Mapping the Commons**
  
-In Islington we been working with The Peel Institute on their [[http://​www.peelinstitute.org.uk/​connecting-clerkenwell| Connecting Clerkenwell programme]],​ and then on various forms of mapping to display local heritage. You can see a Google Earth flyer, Story Maps and a gallery, with 360 photos and video on [[https://​clerkenwell.commons.london|this demonstration site]].+In Islington we been working with The Peel Institute on their [[http://​www.peelinstitute.org.uk/​connecting-clerkenwell| Connecting Clerkenwell programme]],​ and then on various forms of mapping to display local heritage. You can see a Google Earth flyerover, Story Maps and a gallery, with 360 photos and video on [[https://​clerkenwell.commons.london|this demonstration site]].
  
 **Hub and platform model for the Commons** **Hub and platform model for the Commons**
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 **People Power Platform** **People Power Platform**
  
-David Wilcox is a part of a group that has met twice to discuss models for civil society infrastructure,​ following the [[https://​civilsocietyfutures.org/​pact/​|Civil Societies Future report]]. As [[http://​bit.ly/​2VoElDH|I blogged here in January]] Steve Wyler proposed the idea of a People Power Grid, which chimes with our Networked City ideas. In subsequent discussion Platform was favoured more than grid. There'​s scope for joining these ideas up with last year's [[https://​smk.org.uk/​social-power-report/​|Social Power Report]] from the Sheila McKecknie Foundation, and the [[Compass 45° change pamphlet|Compass 45°change pamphlet]].+David Wilcox is a part of a group that has met twice to discuss models for civil society infrastructure,​ following the [[https://​civilsocietyfutures.org/​pact/​|Civil Societies Future report]]. As [[http://​bit.ly/​2VoElDH|I blogged here in January]] Steve Wyler proposed the idea of a People Power Grid, which chimes with our Networked City ideas. In subsequent discussion Platform was favoured more than grid. There'​s scope for joining these ideas up with last year's [[https://​smk.org.uk/​social-power-report/​|Social Power Report]] from the Sheila McKecknie Foundation, and the [[http://​bit.ly/​2UpZgVW|Compass 45°change pamphlet]].
  
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