• The Icarus Project Organization Wiki

last modified May 28, 2009 by kid_prototype

Note: Open Plans is being phased out for The Icarus Project. We love Open Plans but we're just consolidating everything under one roof.

For all the files and pages you're looking for and to participate, check out our new Organic Groups wikis on The Icarus Project website.'



Join the discussion forum for Icarus organizers - local and national.

Join the monthly conference call for Icarus organizers (email admin AT theicarusproject.net for the password): http://www.openplans.org/projects/icarusproject/how-to-join-the-conference-call

Read the archive of our icarus-staff email list here: http://lists.riseup.net/www/arc/icarus-staff

Read archive of our icarus-organizer email list here: http://lists.riseup.net/www/arc/icarus-collective

If you are organizing with us and want to be on the icarus-organizer email list, just email admin(at)theicarusproject(dot)net and we'll set you up. Also, you are on the collective, a contractor, or organizer and need access to edit these pages, just email admin(at).

Note that these email lists are not always 100% functioning given the chaotic organizing flair that is the Icarus trademark. Email us for clarification on what's up at  the moment. There are a lot of emails up there, though, and you can get a sense of the history of the organization by spending some time reading them.

 Here's what's on this Wiki. Some of it might be shamelessly out of date or missing, but we do what we can to keep things updated. If you have questions, again the thing to do is to hang out in the Local Organizing discussion forum or send us an email.

A note about saving files:

It's important to always name your files with the complete content and a date. Use keywords, like Icarus_budget_11-06DRAFTMyEdit.doc. This way you can always SEARCH for your document on your computer, rather than always having to make sure they are in the right folder. Use keywords to name files with searching in mind.

You may edit this text by using the 'edit' tab that you see at the top of the page.

You can add a new page by enclosing the title of the page in double parentheses. This will cause a link to show up immediately after the text; clicking on this link will create the new page for you. If a page with that name already exists, the text will simply link to that page.