Rahela

Hi, call me Rahela. I'm working in Anima International and Open Cages PL, as IT manager. In free time I write my personal blog about animals, effective helping, ethics and life on the countryside. I also host a podcast about similar topics. You can find me here https://hodowlaslow.pl/

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Why CEA Online doesn’t outsource more work to non-EA freelancers

Ben_West  thanks for this text. I have some examples of outsourcing work in our organisations. And even when sometimes they are for free, for me as a Project Manager it is an additional cost, mostly time which is precious in NGO. Communication and trying to explain what is matter for us is sometimes very complicated, especially if someone wants to contact by mail. From last cooperation we did many improvements, like for example adding people to our slack and explaining the way we work in IT (even about code to not have broken windows after cooperation like that). But I still think that outsourcing should be rethought twice to not have more work than less. So thank you for your view for this topic.

Editing Advice for EA Forum Users

Justis thank you. I used this too many times and as a non-native speaker or writer, your post is helpful for me. 

The Effective Altruism Handbook

Hey, thanks  Aaron for this. Did you see a Gitlab Hanbook? Maybe you will find some inspiration. I think maybe it would be better for reading  if you would create this as a page like here for example https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/tag/ai-forecasting I'm sorry if I missed this somehow and the handbook already  exist in that form. As I understand it will be only bigger with time, so it would be easier to read and also adding posts under, connected to the handbook would be more user-friendly? What you think?

Help with the Forum; wiki editing, giving feedback, moderation, and more

Super, I hope I can help somehow. I just filled the survey. 

AI safety starter pack

Thanks mariushobbhahn this is helpful. I just signed up to the newsletter. 

Announcing What We Owe The Future

Pre-ordered. And really excited :)

The Emotional Case For Longtermism

Thanks, Simon,  I prefer short post like that more than long philosophical texts. I read until now 2 articles about long-termism and I like your argumentation.  Until now,  I wasn't convinced so much to care about people in the far future, but I think thanks to your text I will think more about this topic. 

Open Thread: Spring 2022

Wow, I didn't even know that there is a new design. Looks really good. 

Open Thread: Spring 2022

Hi, call me Rahela.  I'm working in Anima International and Open Cages PL, as IT manager. In free time I write my personal blog about animals, effective helping, ethics and life on the countryside. I also host a podcast about similar topics. You can find me here https://hodowlaslow.pl/. 

I found EA, thanks to my colleagues from Anima International. Before that I was working 13 years in fashion industry, as a designer thinking all days what am I doing here. Took me a long time to became pragmatic, not fanatic. (I was radical vegan 4 years ago).

 You can contact me about some fundraising topics and IT if you need some help. 

I love meditation and cats. Try to meditate with 3 cats!  Feel free to contact me. 

How we promoted EA at a large tech company (v2.0)

Nice work, I'm still struggling with how to involve the IT business. I know that people there are willing to donate, but factory farming isn't a sexy topic for them.  But maybe some workshops on how they can help in different ways, like giving some free tools, is a better way here. Anyway, thanks, that was inspiring.

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