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Occupy Eugene CrabGrass Update

PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 4:40 am
by johnlmonroe
An Occupy Eugene Network has been created. An invitation will be extended to Occupy Eugene Group and all other groups looking to be affiliated with OE. You will see that some other groups have already formed. Others likely will as well. Many committees of the Occupy Eugene General Assembly may be better suited to form their own groups, and then use the 'committee' function to make sub-committees, work groups or affinity groups. Use of the network function will facilitate larger networking with other occupations and affiliated organizations. More on this a the next live comm comm meeting.

Re: Occupy Eugene CrabGrass Update

PostPosted: Thu Jan 19, 2012 4:41 am
by johnlmonroe
you can find the network by searching for Occupy Eugene or 'occeug'.

Re: Occupy Eugene CrabGrass Update

PostPosted: Sat Jan 21, 2012 4:24 pm
by johnlmonroe
Here are some different things that can be done with Crab Grass:

1. Survey--sample personnel resources evaluation for Eugene Philanthropy Network (EPN): ... sponse-new

2. Multi-tasking through developing many specific task forces within a single committee (note-- what crabgrass calls 'committees' can be committees, but may be used to setup work groups, affinity groups, departments, or any other kind of division):

3. A task-list developed by a lovely member of Sexy Sanitation: ... -27+115799

4. A discussion, which can be focused to a topic and left within a specific committee, or open to a group, or even a whole network. This one is a conversation I just began about some of the ways we can configure Crab Grass: ... ork+123464

If you would like to see Crab Grass in action, please get an account and then submit a request to join the OE group. If you have your own projects, please feel free to create a group and then join the OE network. For the time being, the network will only be open to groups.

Crab Grass will help groups of people modify organizational systems online to their own benefit. Moreover, the development team is continually updating the system, and if we put together request for new features, we may be able to get support implementing them. Crab Grass in an open-source platform. If you have experience in the computer/network world, or would like to help compile manuals, troubleshooting scenarios or otherwise connect to the people who are creating this virtual space for us, check out

Solidarity in Cyber Space!!