Thanks so much ^^ I really appreciate it. In your own way you are all helping me because it's a kind of motivation. I am still thinking about funding, and a more detailed plan of the set-up / actual venue. I have been thinking about various aspects of the project, and will write another post soonish regarding the project and its developments ^^
Thanks very much for the recognition Agent Brookes. As someone who works in the context of online communities I've been trying to recruit and personally welcome as many Agents as I can, as that makes EVOKE more 'sticky' for everyone ('sticky' in this context refers to user retention... getting people to come back to EVOKE more than once). Strength in numbers =)
Thank you for responding to my campaign ‘Did you drink water today?’
I'd look forward to collaborate with you further how if at all, it is possible for you to send the link to as many people as you can to make them aware of the incredible good work that Charity:Water is doing currently.
Thanks for your response, Simon! The EVOKE concept is tremendously intriguing to me, and strongly parallels a number of deep, personal interests. One of my challenges has been jumping in - navigating, and ensuring that I have been involved in a meaningful way. If inclined, please view other postst that I have made and offer any additional insights!
Hi Simon - Thanks for your note on my wall. If you're interested in the teachers' group, look for the "Calling All Teachers" post in the discussions under "Agent Resources and Utilities" -- you can add yourself to the group by posting there. There's also a wiki page (details in the forum) where you can suggest ideas for collaboration or join in with others. Hope to see you there!
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The exchange works directly for state and public workers and servants. It gives them credit in exchange for the amount of public work they contribute to the community. The more constructive they are based off a base rate the more credit they recieve.