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|From: Craig Ragland (craigraglandgmail.com)|
|Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 16:11:32 -0700 (PDT)|
The ic.org website - operated by the Fellowship for Intentional Community (FIC) opened a new Wiki today at: http://wiki.ic.org I recently updated, wiki-fied and uploaded all the content from the NICA (Northwest Intentional Community Association) Resources section: http://www.ic.org/resources As we planned an upcoming upgrade to the NICA website, we decided to move these resources to a national forum with the broadest possible user-base - little of its content was specific to Northwest communities. NICA decided that the new IC Wiki, with the development support available from the FIC staff and its very large user base was the best place to house this content. We also loved the idea that it would provide a seed what will, hopefully, grow into an increasingly valuable resource for intentional communities of all kinds. Rob Sandelin, one of the NICA founders, wrote most of the content in NICA Resources. In fact, the text from a book he distributed in his cohousing consulting days is now on the IC wiki. Rob is a long-term member of Sharingwood Cohousing (Raines Cohen and I actually visited with him there this morning). His writing mostly focused on Cohousing, although some articles also apply to a broad range of intentional communities. Here's a direct link to the Cohousing page: http://wiki.ic.org/wiki/Cohousing and the Cohousing category: http://wiki.ic.org/wiki/Category:Cohousing which lets you see the 25 articles currently posted that have been tagged with "Cohousing" Happy Wiki-ing, Craig Ragland Member: Songaia Coho, NICA, FIC Board Member: Coho/US
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