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Image: Cat Jenkins June 2022

A ‘New DAF Space’

Great news for DAF community members….we’re about to make some big changes. 

After a year and a half of rich conversations, held between a group of DAF volunteers and Core Team members, we’ll be introducing new software and better website functions. We hope these will better enable us to connect with each other, foster mutual support and collaborate as we face societal collapse… at least while the internet is still there. 

All of this is possible thanks to a generous donation from a DAF community member, and to the efforts and perseverance of the DAF tech support team. Thank you, all of you!

Here’s a preview of what community members can expect to see emerging between June and October this year:

  • An improved landing page on the DAF website, so visitors can more easily find their way around and connect with the DAF groups and spaces they’re looking for;
  • A multilingual DAF website, using a state-of-the-art translation plugin so that teams of translators can work on DAF’s content;
  • A new forum and discussion platform, where community members can stay in touch, create their own discussion groups, and connect with others in their local area;
  • A DAF wiki, providing easy and collaborative access to all sorts of DA-related resources;
  • An online learning platform, on which anyone will be able to create their own courses and trainings on Deep Adaptation and related topics;
  • And last but not least… training workshops to help people start using these different tools, as they emerge!

In these volatile times, we hope all this will support more DAF participants in enabling and embodying loving responses to our predicament, both online and offline, and make our network all the more relevant.

Help us make it happen! If you’d like to assist our small team in making any of these changes – for example, by joining a team of volunteer translators for a language you speak, or by volunteering for an “early adopter” group of testers – please fill in this form.

If you’re feeling flush, please also think about donating to our Tech Development Fund to support the work of dedicated volunteers who will be helping to steward the new space.

Thank you so much for your ongoing support.

Cat Jenkins (Communications Co-ordinator) and the rest of the Core Team

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