[Imc-uk-process] Re: [Imc-uk-features] macho guys behaving silly!
ac.thomas at ntlworld.com
Wed Feb 8 03:28:21 PST 2006
Ulla talks much sense, as usual, but to avoid misinterpretation might
the word hierarchy in this context be replaced with circle?
Anarcho Babe wrote:
> Hey guys,
> could you behave a little bit more like adults and less like kiddies?
> Another problem is also a little bit the conflict between newcomers
> and long term oldies. I felt that when we were cruising on active sf
> it had the advantage that the "oldies" were progressing into the
> technical sphere of the indymedia solution and that it was much
> easier to then have our "hidden hierarchy of experience" by teaching
> newcomers about technology behind indymedia. Now, with the supadupa
> solution MIR this is not anymore possible. Our second hidden
> hierarchy I feel, is the "hierarchy of workload" done, that is who
> usually does the most work. I do think there is also another hidden
> hierarchy in indymedia which ould be labelled "Hierarchy of trust"
> maybe, this is maybe how long we know each other, how often we
> cooperated on tricky projects and how often we are meeting face to
> face. There might also be another hidden hierarchy of "hierarchy of
> friendship", like with indy folks we also meet in our spare time,
> like going to the pub together or on holidays or have a love
> relationship with or go to gigs or so.
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