Last week I posted here that I wanted to get DIYcity going a bit again, after spending a year away from it.
What I've decided since writing that is that the way to do this, for now, is to post to it once a week, on Fridays.
The posts will focus on these questions:
• how has the notion of the open, user-driven city changed in the past year?
• what has worked, what hasn't worked? (and what needs more time to work?)
• where are cities, civic participation, sustainability and open government going next?
• how will they get there (and who will take them there)?
These may be written by me, or they may be conversations with friends working in the space, or they may take other forms, who knows. I'm going to be pretty flexible about what form things take, and just focus on posting something weekly on these issues. (If you have ideas for things you'd like to see here, or if you'd like to post as well, or have a discussion, let me know!)
I've got tons of ideas for DIYcity that I'd love to put into action, but I've also got a lot else on my plate as well, between Appify (which is going to be great soon, I swear) and all of the other things and people I'm working with.
So for now, one post a week, on Fridays, seems like a manageable way to put into this again, little by little.
So look for a post here on Fridays, and we'll take it from there. See you next Friday.