Seeds for organic growth, she continues

It is inspiring to see how "we" grow. More people have been coming today, and we somehow managed to get a very good idea of where we are going. Many discussions take place, much brainstorming and other sorts of activity: People editing the wiki from remote, meetings take place at the same time, new invitations are written, and wonderful food is made twice a day. We still have quite some different ideas of what a nomadbase would be like, and what a nomad is. Are you a nomad? Am I a nomad? Maybe... The last couple of days the focus has been on creating a more inclusive approach towards nomadism and the concept of 'nomadbases'.

Locations: tea house in Berlin

Chill-out, relax, do some work, order some tea or a beer, and everyday at 20.00 dinner. The tea-house is a great place to be. The front space has two different rooms with a bar, chairs, tables, books, board games and some diy-made benches with mattresses. A she infotable is at the entry with a calendar, some booklets and pens and paper. Only downpart is that it sometimes can get crowdy with all sorts of folks who regularly come here or who come for the first time. Also, if you don't like smoke, you will not like this space... At the back there is an extra room, which we try to keep smokefree. And we regularly throw open the door to let some fresh air come in.

what has been going on at She Berlin so far

The Teahouse seems to be the main meeting point. There is a meeting center, with a calendar on the wall and other information. We also have a booklet where you can write down your main intentions, questions etc. We also plan to make a questionary here on so we can easier gather the information. The main influx of people still have to come but there is a crowd of 20 around people already who take part in she-related social events such as the brunch today with fantastic vegan cakes. The meetings so far have a very ad-hoc feeling. Whenever people are meeting, they talk or do things. Other stuff that has been happening: Julien started some wikipages about a nomadbase network: *

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