Musowiki.net: notes on the creation of an online community music facility
This article describes the theoretical and practical justification for creating an online music community at
www.musowiki.net. Through a discussion of the technological,
industrial and social aspects of an online environment, it provides a grounding body of theory and describes the process of designing the project. Consideration of some of the project's early outcomes reveals four principles for community building and offers examples of how they can be applied.
In conclusion, the article suggests that community music bodies and practitioners can enhance their activities both by participating in the Musowiki community and by adopting the four principles of community development.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Queensland University of Technology.
Publication date: 2010-07-01
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