Up and down the country people are busy posting important things to share on their community noticeboards.
I’ve started collecting pictures of them of Flickr and, although there’s just these few there now, it’s already fascinating to see the different way communities use these facilities.
Some are very regulated, almost ‘official’, while in other places just about anything goes? Who decides? When does the community take ownership of the noticeboard? What makes for a successful shared resource?
All of these are questions the n0tice team are thinking about as we work on our digital version. What do you think?
Do you pass by a noticeboard which should be celebrated? Please feel free to share it at the Flickr group and tell us where it is and why you value it.
This time last week we had ten – now we’ve doubled it with your help.
Here at n0tice we’re doing some research into sharing sites and apps, those places UK and elsewhere where people are coming together to share stuff – whether that’s an oversupply of allotment veg or a review of a favourite bar.
You can see the list here; Spreadsheet of sharing sites
In fact if you count up all those services on the Facebook group that came forward, there’s even more than 20.
And of course there’s plenty of room for more – feel free to add to the spreadsheet or let us know in the comments below about your sharing experiences.
Thanks for your help and interest – have a great weekend!