Hey Bob! Sometimes the harvesters forget about the planters. Thus is the way of the world.
Peace and Love,
nice to know i don't have an opinion because i am not an active member of vining community
i have a vague memory of posting a few vines
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I guess that would be the best way to describe it, (disorganized) Its like a universal thing that hust keeps going and going. Great Work man!!
So good to be here, kind of feels like it's been a long strange trip.
Beautiful work with all the new features Marye. You have all been busy I see.
What a nice home you have built here.
nice to see you!
"it is a 'disorganisation', operating at its best with no leadership, a few commonly understood obligations and a fantastic spirit of self regulation and generosity based around the pleasure of giving and receiving."
Well said badger....well said.
It's all good and the list you have works just fine :-)
I was just kind of day dreaming of what would be some cool additions to your list but I would have no idea how to implement it ... not real good with the ole computer you know? But if there is a way I can help out please let me know.
"When the smoke has cleared she said, that's what she said to me. You're gonna want a bed to lay your head and a little sympathy"
When I started the vindex I suggested that anyone starting a new vine could add it to the vindex and repost it, so it was a self generating thing. But that never really took off. If we did agree to do that, some people would be bound to forget and would then probably get told off on here. For me the reason why the vineyard works so well (most of the time) is the fact that it is a 'disorganisation', operating at its best with no leadership, a few commonly understood obligations and a fantastic spirit of self regulation and generosity based around the pleasure of giving and receiving.
I try to update the Vindex every 3 months or so when I get the chance. I feel no special ownership of the thing and expect nothing in return, although I greatly appreciate the appreciation people show; if anyone wants to volunteer to take over and make it better and wider and more efficient they are more than welcome. Just let me know. :-)
Exvellent work Badger. Just by any chance, does anybody know how many vines there actually are on dead.net? I'm going to go out on a limb and say well over 300.
Is there a list for all the vines? JGB, Dyllan & Dead, etc.....