- Miraheze may delete the wiki if it is not used. See https://meta.miraheze.org/wiki/Dormancy_Policy.
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- Clean Sandbox
- Backup (and retrieve if needed)
- See news about Miraheze via their Facebook page
- Create and develop stub articles
- Manage Categories (and look at Special:WantedCategories)
- Find collaboration on/via FB... see for instance “effective altruism knowledge repository” (ask user Robert Daoust)
- Improve the page Algopedia:How-to, and tidy up other technical pages.
- Create the following pages
|Pages to be created|
|Ronald Anderson : Foundation for Compassionate Societies (to develop the site worldsuffering.org), and two recent books: World Suffering and Quality of Life and Human Suffering and Quality of Life
The Interdisciplinary Program on Pain and Suffering: it has a project that might help us in making a first Algonomy Handbook. See their Second Workshop 2011, Book Project at http://www.suffering-pain.net/workshops-1213-workshop-2011-1 (and see also this other page on their Book Project :http://www.suffering-pain.net/book). Their project is commendable, however it does not avoid a recurrent pitfall in the field of studies about suffering : a group is gathered where each participant deals with the topic of suffering from his or her own professional perspective, but in spite of a will to provide a unifying view from the part of some supervising editor(s), there is no real common framework, simply because the idea of creating a single discipline dealing with suffering (an algonomy) is not applied.
International days (relevant to the alleviation of suffering) - ask for help, perhaps in the FB Algosphere group, to do that...
Globally organized alleviation of suffering (?)
- Import relevant items from the Facebook group Algosphere (which has currently no backup except possibly here)
- Help user Robert Daoust to contribute by transferring to Algopedia some of his bookmarks, files, archives, etc.
- create FAQ