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Wikia Community Communication Project
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Status: Active
Language: English
Edit mode: OpenEdit
Wiki engine: Wikia
Wiki license: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike
Main topic: Wikia
Backups: 2012-02-24
Wiki Size: 49 pages see stats...

(As of: 20 September 2012)

The Wikia Community Communication Project is an attempt to find better ways for communities to interact, to share information -- to communicate. Ideally, this would lead to the identification or discovery of a model (a group of principles or structures) that could scale to fit a particular size community (say, a campus or a neighborhood or a city and so on).

Imagine trying to solve a community problem and being able to tie into the most appropriate, effective, and efficient modes of communication you need: whether printed newsletters and flyers, video and television, web and email, facilitated group meetings, radio and telephone, personal contact, and so on.

Imagine developing a comprehensive, or unified, way for our communities to communicate: to communify who we are, where we are.

While there are several pieces already available and some already in use, the puzzle still hasn't been pieced together into a comprehensive picture. It is exactly that picture we seek. The slogan I return to again and again is "Our community is content-rich, but distribution-poor".