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Re: Making pieces visible (was: [jox] Journal update)

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Hi Stefan, all

In my opinion the site is not ready yet to go live and include content: the structure and layout still need work, as outlined in my message to the technical list last week. 

Re. sub-categories, I indicated in that same email that the existing ones such as theory and activist are too general, and that we should use some of those presented in the CFP instead. For what its worth, here they are, without "peer production":

political economy
alternative to capitalism
capitalist cooptation
(I think the previous four are quite similar and could be blended? as political economy or capitalism)

critical theory (in above as well?)

social movements

governance (in peer projects)




industry and ecology

They don't all need to be there, of course... We could take out expertise for example - the others seem quite different; if there is consensus I can edit the page mentioned below.



----- Original Message -----
From: Stefan Merten <smerten>
Date: Monday, September 20, 2010 6:47 pm
Subject: Making pieces visible (was: [jox] Journal update)
To: journal

Hi Mathieu and all!

6 days ago Mathieu ONeil wrote:
a) the CPOV-Amsterdam conference report by Tkacz and Nyesito 
was completed a while ago and is ready to go.
a) the group of texts by Soderbergh, Tkacz and me on ANT, 
Hegel, Foucault, French sociology is ready to go. Has been ready 
to go, I should say, since July...

As I set up the site at the moment there are two steps needed to make
a piece visible for the public.

1. Put it in a category

   Unless a piece is put in a category it will not 
show up in the
   collections I set up. So this is a mandatory step 
in every case.

   You put a piece in a category by editing it and 
then select the
   "Categorization" tab and make a selection.

   Please see
   for the categories set up so far. The existing 
categories are not
   discussed. They are simply there to give an idea.

   When you are logged in as a member of the 
scientific committee you
   see the non-published pieces in the collections 
such as


   As long as they are not published they will appear 
in red.

2. Publish it

   Done via the "State" tab when you edit a piece. If 
this is done the
   piece is visible for the general public.



Dr Mathieu O'Neil
Adjunct Research Fellow
Australian Demographic and Social Research Institute
College of Arts and Social Science
The Australian National University
email: mathieu.oneil[at]

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