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|vaidehi_agarwalla||v1.2.0Apr 20th 2021||(+696/-293)|Use the Community Infrastructure tag on posts that discuss potential and current community-wide products, tools, services or mechanisms that enable intra community coordination.
Use the Community Infrastructure tag on posts that discuss potential and current community-wide products, tools, services or mechanisms that enable intra community coordination.
This can include building tools or websites such as wikis, forums, tools, platforms; offering cross-cutting services like shared services to EA organizations; and offline events such as conferences, community houses, and regional networks; coordination tools such as donor lotteries and more. Some community infrastructure may be limited to certain subgroups, such as events and services for leaders but still provide benefits to the wider community.
For discussion of cooperation in general or in other altruistic contexts, use Cooperation & Coordination (or Markets for Altruism if relevant).
Use the Community
Tools tag on posts that discuss potential and current mechanisms
improving coordination, productivity, or other aspects of the work of the