The One Community goal is open source project-launch blueprinting and free-sharing a community open source strategy that facilitates the building of self-replicating teacher/demonstration communities, villages, and cities all over the world. We are doing this because we are a For The Highest Good of All organization and we believe our success has the potential to create a new era of cooperation, collaboration, innovation, creativity, sustainability, and increased peace and happiness for all of humanity.
Here is our weekly progress update (#8) covering our accomplishments for the week of April 15th, 2013 including progress on infrastructure development, open source technology, the Education for Life Program, and more.
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With a mentality of operating as architects of the future intent upon building and living for The Highest Good of All, we have create and are implementing a 4-phase strategy that we feel is capable of positively impacting life on this planet for everyone. The four phases to accomplish this are
We are beginning with open source project-launch blueprinting 3 different types of sustainable food production systems: a Large-scale Food Production Aquapini, 2 different “backyard version” Zen Aquapini designs, and 3 separate maximally-affordable Walipini Greenhouses. We updated the page describing all of them:
The purpose of the earthbag village (Pod 1) is to demonstrate maximum affordability and a diversity of earthbag designs that will be able to be duplicated almost anywhere in the world without the need for permits. We will begin building Pod 1 within the first month as a living/rental pod for the initial Community Members, visitors, and students. We are now working on 3D rendering of all the different components of this first village model. Here is this week’s blog about this with images:
The two new pages we have completed are the Communication and Language Skills Curriculum page and the Sharing, Giving, and Receiving Curriculum page. Both of these pages fall under the broader “Sharing” category of the Curriculum for Life component of the open source Education for Life Program and contain links for input from anyone else interested in international cooperative education, open source development of education, and making the pages and program better! We’ve also finished the foundations of the Contribution and Collaboration curriculum pages.
We completed part 2 of 3 of One Community’s open source and free-shared online project management tool evolution blogs. It took two years to develop to where we are now and we’ve been beta testing and continuing to evolve and develop this online application for about 3 months now.
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