The Occupy.net technology community offers a wide range of free/libre/open-source software solutions to the activist community. You can read more about each of thee services by clicking on them.
Harmonized Groupings: There's a need within the occupation movement to connect people doing similar work in different locations together so they can share best practices, coordinate activities and collaborate. One challenge is that different groups use different terms to describe their work, making it difficult for groups to find information about each other. To remedy this situation, we advocate creating a set of harmonized groupings people can use to describe their work.
Participate: You are already changing your world just by being here, but we want you to do something a bit more: we'd like you be active. Here, on this wiki, but better yet be active in your community, in your neighborhood, in your General Assembly. Because we, and that's all of us including you, need to hear your voice. Help us document the movement.
 Getting Started
First of all, create an account on wiki.occupy.net. (You'll be glad you have one! A lot of thought went into this site by our friends at Occupy Tech/Tech-Ops and it ROCKS!)
Next, start making and editing stuff! It can be a bit intimidating at first to get the hang of the conventions for editing wikis, but never fear! After about 10 minutes learning the ropes, you'll be off to the races! For instructions on how to create, edit, and track changes on wiki pages see these useful help pages:
Then, talk to your friends about revising stuff! There are lots of tools available to us for tracking and discussing changes to the wiki. For starters, you can:
- Leave a signature and timestamp at any point by typing this: "~~~~" which, for the user "Gweezy" (me) will look like this: Gweezy 21:58, 17 July 2012 (CEST))
- Create a Watchlist of sections that you want to be notificatied about when edits are made to them
- Use your watchlist to track changes to that section
- Use the discussion page for this article to discuss edits with your co-authors