Some initial thoughts
When I was editing the contents page, I was thinking this page should make sense both from logic of the commons repository page, as well as a report table of contents, so i started writing as if the report is already writen - using present tense - following the idea that I got from Tom that this is first a knowledge commons repository and second a report (to be extracted from the repository). Most of the links derive from the table sections (the table we shared yesterday) e.g. number of CLI etc....Also I've named it 'knowledge commons based report', rather than status report, but feel free to change, it's just that I thought the title of the report should somehow reflect what we aim to do - which in my view is really innovative: so we are co-creating a knowledge commons, that will hopefully continue to evolve and grow, as other people come in and continue building on it, and while we do that we have these periodic reports - so now we are doing the first one - where we provide the most updated picture of CLI in Europe, or maybe eventually it will grow to include a worldwide review. So that is my vision so far, and i got it from Tom and Gil, so I think it's your vision too. This makes me think that 'status report' does not fully grasp what we are doing, that is why I've named it knowledge commons based report - but maybe that is not the best name either...anyway something to discuss.
- Following our discussion on Skype this morning I've removed the knowledge commons from the title and put in more in the background. --Tom Henfrey (talk) 16:42, 3 October 2017 (CEST)
Although I will be gathering contents for the many pages, i will not start those pages unless we agree on the name for the links...so there is not a confusion and we have a lot of pages/names/links for the same think. I've got that much now. I only advanced with the page on Community-Led Initiatives because Tom suggested yesterday - to have a page that defines this (the page still needs a lot of work, but I just started it...).
- I've started some of these - careful thought at this point will hopefully minimise the number of changes, but when they happen we'll just have to pu tit up with it! --Tom Henfrey (talk) 16:42, 3 October 2017 (CEST)
Also US or UK English is fine by me, I tend to write US, but i can manage UK too.
- I'm thinking that this will be very hard to manage consistently across the site, particularly when we have a larger user community. So maybe we just let people use whatever comes most naturally, then we edit for consistency in the Status Report itself, after finalising the text structurally.--Tom Henfrey (talk) 16:42, 3 October 2017 (CEST)
User:Ines16:22, 27 September, 2017
Structure and Scope of Contents Page (and others)
When I started editing the text, it occurred to me that this would read better more as a list of contents and description of the report, with most of the information in other pages. For example, the existing background text under the first chapter can go into a page of its own (that also gives background for the wiki), and link to others. I might give this a try... --(talk) 16:13, 3 October 2017 (CEST)User: Tom Henfrey
- I've started this, I think it works fine for the Introduction and Chapter 2 (and Chapter is easy to envisage as a series of country pages); Chapters 3 and 4 probably need more work --Tom Henfrey (talk) 17:12, 3 October 2017 (CEST)
Chapter 2: Networks' Analyses
Chapter Leader: Gil Penha-Lopes
Community-led initiatives in Europe by sectoral domain: although most CLIs deal with crosscutting issues, some locate their action predominantly within one or more specific domains. This overview addresses the following key domains (although examples of CLI working within other domains may be given): Food, Energy, Transport, Waste, Water, Economy, Forestry and Biodiversity, Civic Engagement.
Geographical locations of community-led initiatives in Europe: Factors affecting distribution of CLIs - e.g. mapping, cultural, socio-economic, infrastructural. 'Institutionalisation' of community where it is absent? Obsolescence as measure of success?
Estimated numbers of community-led initiatives in Europe;
Numbers of beneficiaries of community-led initiatives in Europe, including: number of jobs created and volunteers involved.
(5 to 10 pages)