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Building communities by Mind Map: Building communities

1. Ten ways flickr builds community

1.1. Engage

1.2. Enforce

1.3. Take Responsibility

1.4. Step Back

1.5. Give Freely

1.6. Be Patient

1.7. Hire Fans

1.8. Stay Calm

1.9. Focus

1.10. Be Visible

2. Common Pitfalls by Joshua Porter

2.1. 1) Underestimating The Cold Start Problem

2.2. 2) Focusing on Too Many Things

2.3. 3) Lack of Sustained Execution

2.4. 4) Pointing the Finger when Missteps Happen

2.5. 5) Not Appointing a Full-time Community Manager

2.6. 6) Not Building Archived Knowledge

2.7. 7) An Over-Focus on Social Value

2.8. 8) Not Enabling Recommendations

2.9. 9) Failing to Set a Good Example

2.10. 10) Failure to See the Larger War

2.11. 11) No Business Plan other than to Grow

3. Best practices by Google

3.1. 1. Engage Quickly

3.2. 2. Mimic Look and Feel

3.3. 3. Enable Self Expression

3.4. 4. Make it Dynamic

3.5. 5. Expose Friend Activity

3.6. 6. Browse the Graph

3.7. 7. Drive Communication

3.8. 8. Build Communities

3.9. 9. Solve Real World Tasks

4. Social objects by Jyri Engstrom

4.1. 1. Define your object

4.2. 2. Define your verbs

4.2.1. how can people act on the object

4.3. 3. Make those objects shareable

4.3.1. peramalink objects

4.3.2. embeds/widgets to make objects portable

4.3.3. share actual files

4.4. 4. Turn invitations into gifts

4.4.1. paypal sign up $10 bonus

4.4.2. skype sign up friend for free calls

4.5. 5. charge the publishers not the spectators

4.5.1. "freemium business model"

5. The Scott Peck model

5.1. pseudo-community

5.2. chaos

5.3. Emptiness

5.4. True community

5.4.1. Inclusivity, commitment and consensus

5.4.2. Realism

5.4.3. Contemplation

5.4.4. A safe place

5.4.5. A laboratory for personal disarmament

5.4.6. A group that can fight gracefully

5.4.7. A group of all leaders

5.4.8. A spirit

6. Organisatie theorie

6.1. Forming

6.2. Storming

6.3. Norming

6.4. Performing

6.5. Transforming

7. The perfect community

8. The perfect community worker

8.1. egoless

8.2. confident

8.3. inquisative

8.4. independend