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Auction module and nonprofit fundraising

It is the general thought that Amazing Things is doing well and - although we are doing pretty well, we're only making it because of your support. Some of you are members - and that helps a lot - even at the lowest level. But it is our membership - especially at the higher levels and our auction that keeps us alive.

— Michael Moran, Amazing Things Arts Center

http://agaricdesign.com/amazing-auction-enhancements
http://agaric.chipin.com/amazing-auction

Excited to work with Indymedia

I've been drafted to help Indymedia Boson complete their transition to
Drupal, so what I'd like to do now is steal your knowledge. But I am in a
web development collective specializing in Drupal and we're doing some
pretty cool thing regarding building community and letting a network of
people share control of a site, so we're excited to become part of the
larger Indymedia-Drupal tech movement as a supporting part of a larger
movement for horizontal communication and real democracy.

PWGD Principles

[Very initial first rough start of a beginning of a draft.]

PWGD rules for being a PWGD service:
1. People rule. People who use your service can communicate with everyone else should they make a collective decision to do so. (This is why the democratically moderated communication is the base functionality.)
2. Free software (ideally, Affero GPL).

Don't give people what they ask for. Give people what they want.

Thought about this today:

"Don't give people what they ask for. Give people what they want."

A quick search of the Internet turns up no results. Another Agaric Design Collective original!

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