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Robert

Re: How to balance community-driven with curation?

This brings up an important and pervasive distinction, "Working" content vs. "Published" content.

Two points:

1. collaborative work thrives on both

2. they play different roles and require different skills


Working content is messy and, once you are into it, fun.

Published content is then pulled together and used to present the work to a broader public.

Readers of the Published content should have access to the Working content also, if they are interested in the inner workings


My 2 cents

more to say ... over beers :- )

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