The contemporary society includes a wide range of interested people, businesses, schools, organisations and other actors acting at local to global scales to achieve private goals alongside shared goals such as the Sustainable Development Goals (#SDGs). These actors participate in socio-economic interactions in which also public content plays an important role. The social architecture explains relationships between stakeholders configuring capabilities and resources in courses of action to achieve goals. As stakeholders operate at different socio-technical levels, their journeys can be characterized as household (pico), micro, meso or macro journeys.

Sharing-focused interactions with public content will be an essential characteristic of partnership (#sdt1717) in the #2030Agenda for Sustainable Development.

The resourcing-strategy of any stakeholder will include retrieving content via social media and the internet.

The engagement-approach of all macro- and meso-level stakeholders, and of major micro- and pico-level stakeholders will include sharing content via social media and the internet.

It is proposed that the parties cooperate in several roles. The roles are listed from a low to an increasing level of engagement:

  • as users of the #tags:
    • using the hashtags to find information that one needs to accomplish a task; to + the information found, to ask questions that have not been asked yet, or to answer un-answered questions (social capital wiki pages that carry the hashtag will be among the shared information)
    • using the hashtags when posting new information on a social platform (international organisations, local authorities, professors, NGO's, area experts, …)
    • using the hashtags to gather posts that one wants to curate (on a social capital wiki page, or authors of in progress e-books )
    • authoring (and selling) e-books for particular livelihood areas, one of these areas is the provision of a #tag guideline.
  • as users of the social capital wikis (compare with the use of Wikipedia)
  • as a local owner or manager of a social capital wiki:
    • a receiving party has received the ownership of a social capital wiki for a territory and language (a wiki pattern is cloned, next the texts are translated and content can be added in the local language); the party can receive income from advertisements, from donations, etc.).
    • a granting party is a party that can clone a social capital wiki pattern and hand over its ownership to a receiving party. At present there is one granting party (Wikinetix bv from Belgium). After a period of maintaining and evolving a social capital wiki, and translating and distributing local #tag guidelines, a receiving party will gain experience and may grant clones of its 'local' social capital wiki pattern to new receiving parties.

The reproductive use of the knowledge conversion resources has no intrinsic constraints as there is no rivalry in their use.

This proposal moreover asserts a commitment to non-exclusion of the resource use1.

However it also encourages service activities that are income generating for the cooperating parties.
Some ideas are elaborated at the Wikinetix website and in article #DA2I6 #sdt09c - Economic viability:

Local market dynamism is encouraged by allowing for copyrighted content alongside public content. The market dynamism is expected to be inclusive because of the low-hurdle engagement mechanism around the non-rivalrous public content.

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