Welcome Visitors

Welcome to my wiki. My name is Sina Def, and I'm here to learn and become a part of this Wolrd Wide Web that we're all glued to - like it or not.

It's time for me to accept when and where we are on humanity's timeline. I'd like to use this space to embrace the changes that I've been fighting for so long and to channel this energy into creative fuel. I'm hoping to express myself on this journey through sound and image, (and no longer through gritted teeth).

If this is your first time to federated wiki, you might want to:

understand the wiki lineup.

Wiki has a lot of features, and some strange and beautiful concepts about authors, neighbours and provenance. Take a plunge and read more about wiki's features:

orient yourself to wiki's basic features.

Or in case you are feeling social, here is our: * Chat room - https://appear.in/fedwiki appear.in * Matrix chat channel - vector.im

# My Research Group Below we list some sites of authors to write with. You can also view the Research Group Activity, of the authors in this list.

Research group REFERENCES podclub.cc/research-group

# Changes


Create New Page



Drop any web page on the transporter below to bring content into the federation with appropriate accreditation.

POST https://rest.livecode.world/imagine

# Related Sites


wiki is great for data. You can curate, or gather data from other peoples sites, or import your own data.

On this site we collect links, code and ideas about how we can visualise and navigate graphs.

Here we write about democratic practice. In particular such things as deliberative democracy, facilitation and liquid democracy

Bruno Latour is the philosopher behind the title of this wiki. Here I collect philosophical ideas and writings from across the federation.

My name is David Bovill, and I'm a long term advocator and experimenter with Liquid Democracy. My nickname (and handle on twitter) is @fortyfoxes .

My Action Research (@orford ) focuses on transitions in society that are causally linked to innovation. Andrew Invents.

David Bovill suggested an idea for podcast listeners to meet like a book club. This would combine a book-club style format (sociable and informal) with groupwork and peer mentoring for annotating notes about episodes in federated wiki.

This page shows all my recent changes across all my sites. You can also see All David's Activity and the older David's Recent Changes pages:

The question here is how would I go about creating a page of Wards recent activity across all his sites?

Here we list Paul's recent activity as he updates his site list: