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[–] wecanhelp 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I don't see how this would play out in actual practice, I don't really see it working. It's already hard enforcing a set of simple rules. We simply don't have the resources to maintain a multi-level structure much like real-life organizations do. And it's not even necessarily better than a flat one.

I think the solution to the problem that is the premise of your post (we're unorganized and there is an information overload) is for a high-level analyst team to self-organize, and start working autonomously in whatever way and structure they see fit, as long as there is an end goal of producing an organized, easy-to-use database of findings and evidence. There's a shit ton of information surfacing continuously, but I doubt it's being assembled into a big picture by anybody, or if it is, it's happening silently. Unfortunately, forming a team like this starts with somebody possessing excellent analytical skills taking the initiative, and others with similar skills following. We might need to reach the critical mass first before we have a big enough talent pool to tap into. So I'm not saying I know how to do this, just that I think this would be the real solution, not a more complex multi-subverse effort.

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[–] kevdude 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

We have set up 4 linked subverses and are struggling to get people to subscribe to them. I think if we can get this linked subverse idea off of the ground we can look to add new ones (as the community gets used to a multiverse approach).

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[–] Sentastixc [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago