Here are some things we find useful
|Just the links:|
|Peeragogy Handbook authors mailing list||https://lists.osuosl.org/mailman/listinfo/peeragogy-handbook|
|Public events listing||https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=3iq41odpn85s51mem8cgekmong%40group.calendar.google.com|
|Comments from across the site||https://hypothes.is/search?q=url%3Apeeragogy.org%2F*|
|Our Github Organization||https://github.com/Peeragogy|
|Sources for peeragogy.org||https://github.com/Peeragogy/Peeragogy.github.io|
|Intro to Emacs, Org Mode, and Git||https://github.com/PeeragogyLabs/PeeragogyORG/wiki|
To cut to the chase?
You’ll find a quick summary of what peeragogy is all about at Top. If it’s not clear from reading that how to apply peeragogy in your projects, then we’re doing something wrong. Feel free to drop us a note to that effect!
We do think one of the best ways to learn more about this stuff is to get involved!
Here are some of the things we’re doing that you’re welcome to participate in. Get in touch via the calendar links (to join live meetings) and mailing list above — or contact information below.
Book. The Peeragogy Handbook can help any group of people learn or create something together. You can read it online or download it for free, or buy a paper copy: or join us to help write the 4th Edition.
Podcast. The Peeragogy in Action Podcast is available on all the major podcast providers, with videos available on YouTube.
Mailing Lists. Our main public discussions are on Google Groups. We also have a second mailing list that is focused on revisions to the Peeragogy Handbook.
Live Meetings. Public meetings appear on our public calendar: currently, we’re meeting regularly at 9AM Eastern on Thursdays, with other meetings as needed.
Annotations. To comment on peeragogy.org, please make an account at Hypothesis, and use the mini-toolbar on the right-hand side of each page.
Source code. The Handbook content is archived on Github Pages.
Contributed text. Handbook editors are happy to work with relevant submissions in any format. Contact us and help you get the material ready.
Projects. We’re currently managing subprojects inside the Handbook itself, using Emacs and Org Mode. We made a written guide for newcomers — but if you’re new to these tools it might be better to drop a line and ask one of us for a quick tutorial.
More details. Please have a look at this longer quickstart guide for more information about our tools and workflow, and more ways to get involved.
What would you be getting yourself into if you did get involved?
Active subprojects of the Peeragogy project include:
We read email sent to the mailing lists and to