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Nexus2 7-22-1011


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Nexus2 7-22-1011

  1. 1.  Many small, disconnected groups Disengaged, uninvolved citizenry No centralized effort successful thus far Not just Troy - these are common issues
  2. 2. Project OrganizationProject ActualizationCommunity Engagement
  3. 3.  Problem, scope, and goals developed Necessary resources identified Vetted through comments and ratings Once Seed is well developed, the idea takes “root” and progresses
  4. 4.  Timeline, tasks, expectations, stakeholders defined Resources allocated/pledged › Government, Community Organizations, and other groups linked to project Vetted through comments and ratings Previous attributes carried over from Seeds remain modifiable
  5. 5.  Underway projects Contributors provide Status updates Users subscribe to updates Previous attributes carried over from Seeds and Roots remain modifiable
  6. 6.  Archived completed projects Showcases success Emphasis on Action and Results Motivate new individuals to get involved Inspire future projects Add-ons to a project or recurrence of a project should start again at the Seed or Root stage
  7. 7.  Community Organizations › Established groups with defined membership and purpose › Typically physical presence Interest Groups › Individuals united by a common goal › Digital presence Government
  8. 8.  Elaboration - 1 Week › Planning, specifications, class diagrams, mockups Construction - Four 2 Week Iterations › Iteration 1 - Project submission and progression › Iteration 2 - Project archives and search › Iteration 3 - Users and Groups - Current › Iteration 4 - Social Networking integration Transition - 1 Week › Deploy
  9. 9. http://rcos.rpi.edu