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Sep 20 2012 18:10
Schwarz wrote:
Hi Libcom,

Folks want me to turn this comment in to a larger text and I'm down. Can I have a blog?

done

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Sep 21 2012 13:14

Hi All,
Any chance I could get permission to publish stuff in the library section? It's for a new anarchist newspaper, 'Westcountry Mutineer', which we've talked about via email.

Cheers,

Jon

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Sep 21 2012 17:34

Done

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Sep 25 2012 21:44

Got a news story about Bolivian miners' blockade I'm typing just now. Gies rights please.

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Sep 26 2012 10:35

done

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Oct 30 2012 15:41

Heii .. I want to post an article about internet marketing. It's that ok?

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Oct 30 2012 22:57
erceanuuuuu wrote:
Heii .. I want to post an article about internet marketing. It's that ok?

sometimes spammers make it too easy…

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Nov 3 2012 23:21

Hi, would it be possible for me to post an impossibilist study guide?

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Nov 4 2012 00:07

Go for it

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Nov 6 2012 15:21

I would like to post an article about why I abstain from the ballot as my third party of choice, and the ethical dillemas of abstention. If I could post today (election day) that would be ideal, but otherwise I understand. I will check this soon, but my email is lipo_tang@yahoo.com

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Nov 6 2012 19:54
sachio ko-yin wrote:
I would like to post an article about why I abstain from the ballot as my third party of choice, and the ethical dillemas of abstention. If I could post today (election day) that would be ideal, but otherwise I understand. I will check this soon, but my email is lipo_tang@yahoo.com

hi, if you e-mail it to us: admin at libcom.org, or send it to me in a private message then we can see if it fits our site guidelines and approve it or not. Thanks

amba
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Nov 8 2012 11:56

hi. i would like to post a library article about revolutionary organising

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Nov 8 2012 19:25
amba wrote:
hi. i would like to post a library article about revolutionary organising

done. Post a way

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Nov 14 2012 21:18

can i have blog posting rights here? i'm starting a new blog (see link below) and would like to copy content to over here. is that cool?

http://klasbatalo.wordpress.com/2012/11/14/more-and-better-organizers-advice-for-revolutionary-workers-review-of-weakening-the-dam/

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Nov 14 2012 23:52
klas batalo wrote:
can i have blog posting rights here? i'm starting a new blog (see link below) and would like to copy content to over here. is that cool?

http://klasbatalo.wordpress.com/2012/11/14/more-and-better-organizers-advice-for-revolutionary-workers-review-of-weakening-the-dam/

we just need to discuss this internally first, so we'll get back to you shortly. However, if you move stuff over now we can always retrospectively add it to your blog if we set you one up

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Nov 15 2012 04:49

hmm quick question that could squash headaches. is there a difference between requesting content posting rights to the library and via blog? because as far as i know i've always had library posting privileges, are new users often not getting those? i could be fine with just occasionally posting stuff to the library instead.

if there is any general blogging guidelines etc too definitely would be down to know what they are, etc.

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Nov 15 2012 23:13

Yes there is a difference. Anyone who isn't a spammer can post to the library, whereas bloggers we need to approve them individually. Although we don't have to agree with everything they say.

So we could set you up as a blogger - the only guideline would be that we would expect you to post something every now and again. So if you wanted to post stuff on a semiregular basis we can set you up as a blogger

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Nov 16 2012 01:43

Yeah I'd like to post stuff on a semi-regular basis. I am ending positions as a responsible in my multiple organizations, and want to keep up activity with starting to write more. I pretty much only discuss here, and this is the relevant community for the subject matter, so it'd be much appreciated if the editors are cool with it.

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Nov 28 2012 15:23

Hi I want to be a contributor and blog on the site about VAW intersection with cyber anonymity.

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Nov 28 2012 23:14
ashsultana wrote:
Hi I want to be a contributor and blog on the site about VAW intersection with cyber anonymity.

hi, please send us a sample article to admin at libcom.org to have a look at, cheers!

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Dec 9 2012 14:51

Hi there

We are aiming to archive the entirety of Shift on libcom on Tuesday. I've set up 6 temporary accounts which need privileges please.

They are shifteditor1 - shifteditor6.

Thanks a lot.

Ben

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Dec 12 2012 14:54

Hi, Can I post an article, thanks!

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Dec 12 2012 23:06
ptar wrote:
Hi, Can I post an article, thanks!

what is it about?

Novara
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Dec 13 2012 20:34

We'd be looking to share weekly audio and eventually video content if at all possible

Best, NM

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Dec 13 2012 21:36

Approved! Look forward to it

ptar
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Dec 18 2012 11:42

This is the proposed intro:

Marx, Engels and Luxemburg were all keen to return to the egalitarian relations of primitive communism, at a higher level. But how does the egalitarianism of early human societies connect up with Marxism’s prime focus on the rise and decline of capitalism?

As capitalism continues to disintegrate, this article looks at the egalitarian origins of money in ancient Greece for clues as to how we might transcend the whole money system

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Dec 18 2012 11:45

Hey, looks interesting. You should now be able to post it to the library by clicking submit content - library.

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Dec 18 2012 18:11

Hello

As a new member(of the site) I have some questions that I would like to ask other members. I tried to post them in 'General' without success. Can you help please?

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Dec 18 2012 18:22

For clarity here is the post that I attempted

Evening all. As a new visitor to this sight I would be interested in peoples views on the following questions:

Would a non member of the working class be welcome to join the Anarchist Federation?
How can non working class people help the revolution?
Would the ruling class cease to be an ememy once an Anarchist state is established?
How are working class and ruling class defined and is it possible to be neither?

Forgive me if these questions are answered elsewhere on the site but I feel some personal answers would be more informative and give me a better 'feel' for the positions people take.

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Dec 18 2012 18:23

Hi, anyone can post in our general forum. Just click the button saying "new topic":
http://libcom.org/forums/general