I got the following e-mail and thought I would pass it along as the folks at Wagn are beyond awesome.
Will you help bring more attention to Wagn and healthy organizing patterns?
Here’s how to get the word out (links and resources below):
- Tell a Friend – Email someone who might use Wagn, or tell us whom to contact.
- Blog – If you’re a blogger or FOB (friend of bloggers), give Wagn a nod.
- Twitter — Tweet about Wagn (hashtag #wagn). See what’s being said. Follow @wagneer.
- Facebook – Mention Wagn on your wall! Join the Facebook group.
- Press — Know anyone in the press? Send them the Press Release. Referrals most welcome.
Thanks for being part of our launch!
– Ethan, Lew, and John
- Wagn 1.0 Press Release
- A few Wagn screenshots
- The Story Behind Wagn 1.0 (blog post)
- Wagn 1.0 tracking page
- RailsInside blog post about Wagn
- What’s being said about Wagn on Twitter
- Register for your own Wagn website online.
Wagn is an open-source web tool for building thriving organizational patterns. It’s so flexible that you can use it as a website, a work flow tracker, a collaborative work space, and a library integrated all into one — one login, one search bar, one home. More information, including affordably hosted Wagn sites, is available at Wagn.org.
Wagn, the pattern-driven wiki that RailsInside.com calls “revolutionary”, is announcing its 1.0 release. With a handful of simple, powerful innovations, Wagn enhances wikis to allow rapid creation of collaborative, dynamic, patterned websites while keeping things simple and clean for casual users. The 1.0 release adds considerable polish and robustness.
Grass Commons is a 501(c)3 public education charity that helps build tools for a thrivable world. Its Wagn project, originally designed for researching company and product impacts, received initial funding as a community knowledge tool in 2006 from Meyer Memorial Trust, Oregon’s largest private foundation. To learn more or contribute please visit grasscommons.org.