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This a request, open for discussion. It has not been deliberated to consensus by the villagers. It will be agreed, modified, or tabled at the meeting of (not scheduled).

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Resources Inventory

This document allows EcoReality to assess the capabilities and resources that each member brings to the group. This document covers non-financial resources only. Financial resources are covered in EcoReality Financial Disclosure, which also should be completed.

SECTION 1: SKILLS

Skills are techniques and strategies for accomplishing some purpose. For the skills listed, please indicate your competance on the following scale. (Use odd numbers to indicate a level between any two listed.)

0 or empty: Huh? What’s this?
2: I have an interest, and am willing to learn more. Knowledge, comprehension
4: I know some basics, but would be most comfortable working with an expert. Application
6: I can perform routine tasks using this skill. Analysis
8: I have expert competance, including mastery of all aspects of this skill. Synthesis
10: I am a world-class expert, published/known in multiple countries for this skill. Evaluation

____ abstracting     ____ acting     ____ adapting     ____ administering     ____ administrative/clerical     ____ advising     ____ advising people     ____ agriculture     ____ alternative energy     ____ analyzing     ____ arbitrating     ____ architecture     ____ artistic     ____ asking for help     ____ assembling apparatus     ____ assessing validity/quality     ____ auditing financial records     ____ awareness practising     ____ bargaining     ____ bookkeeping     ____ biofuels     ____ briefing     ____ budgeting     ____ building     ____ calculating     ____ care giving     ____ checking for accuracy     ____ childrearing     ____ classifying     ____ coaching     ____ collaborating     ____ collecting money     ____ communications: verbal     ____ communications: written     ____ comparing     ____ compiling statistics     ____ composing     ____ computer: GIS     ____ computer: database     ____ computer: graphics     ____ computer: programming     ____ computer: website design     ____ connecting ideas and synthesizing     ____ constructing buildings     ____ constructing landscapes     ____ consulting     ____ cooking     ____ cooperating     ____ coordinating events     ____ coping     ____ counseling     ____ creating new ideas     ____ creative thinking     ____ critical thinking     ____ decision making     ____ delegating responsibility     ____ demonstrating     ____ designing     ____ developing     ____ diagnosing     ____ directing     ____ discriminating     ____ dispensing information     ____ displaying artistic ideas     ____ dramatizing ideas/ problems     ____ drawing     ____ earth sheltered constructing     ____ ecology, practical     ____ editing     ____ empathizing     ____ enduring long hours     ____ engineering     ____ estimating     ____ evaluating     ____ exhibiting plans     ____ experimenting     ____ explaining     ____ facilitating     ____ farming     ____ filing     ____ financial     ____ finding information     ____ forestry     ____ gardening     ____ giving constructive feedback     ____ guiding     ____ handling detail work     ____ helping     ____ humanure     ____ hypothesizing     ____ humour     ____ identifying     ____ illustrating     ____ imagining     ____ implementing     ____ improving     ____ improvising     ____ influencing     ____ initiating conversations with strangers     ____ inspiring     ____ installing     ____ instructing     ____ integrating     ____ interacting with wide range of people     ____ interpreting languages (which)     ____ inteviewing     ____ inventing     ____ investigating     ____ joying     ____ judging     ____ leading     ____ learning     ____ listening     ____ managing     ____ mediating     ____ meeting the public     ____ memorizing     ____ metalworking     ____ monitoring     ____ motivating     ____ negotiating     ____ observing     ____ operating equipment     ____ organizing     ____ participating     ____ perceiving     ____ performing     ____ permaculture     ____ persuading     ____ planning     ____ politicking with others     ____ predicting     ____ preparing     ____ presenting     ____ printing     ____ prioritizing     ____ problem solving     ____ producing     ____ project management     ____ promoting events     ____ public speaking     ____ publicizing     ____ receiving feedback     ____ reconciling     ____ recording     ____ recruiting     ____ reorganizing     ____ repairing     ____ reporting     ____ researching     ____ running meetings     ____ scheduling     ____ sharing     ____ simplifying     ____ sketching     ____ solar energy     ____ solve problems     ____ speaking     ____ spirit-building     ____ summarizing     ____ supervising     ____ synthesizing     ____ tact and diplomacy     ____ teaching/training     ____ team building     ____ technological     ____ time management  ____ tolerating interruptions     ____ training     ____ translating (which)     ____ trouble shooting     ____ tutoring     ____ unifying     ____ volunteering     ____ welding     ____ woodworking     ____ writing    

SECTION 2: CAPABILITIES

Capabilities extend the notion of skills with authority or power. For example, one may be skilled in politics, or one may have the capability to actually effect change through a public office or commission appointment; one may have wonderful cooking skills, or one may have the food safety certification necessary to prepare food for public consumption. List your capabilities with a description of each.

Capability Description
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SECTION 3: ARTIFACTS

These are reusable physical objects that may be of use to the village. These may be tools, household goods, entertainment goods, or other things. Specific examples include a table saw, a large set of dishes, a musical instrument, a library of books.

For each artifact, please indicate the level of sharing you are comfortable with:

  • V: You are unconditionally willing to share this artifact with any villager.
  • S: You are willing to share this artifact with a selection of villagers who (for example) have received training in its proper use and care.
  • P: You are willing to share this artifact, but a borrower must seek permission first, for each use.
  • E: You are not willing to share use of this artifact at all, but would be willing to perform services with it for other villagers.
Level Artifact Level Artifact Level Artifact Level Artifact
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SECTION 4: INFORMATION

Almost all routine EcoReality administrative tasks will take place online. In addition, with the exception of books, videos, and a few similar things, almost all EcoReality information resources will be online. This means facilities for sharing information are of crucial importance to the community. Please tick all the information resources you have available.

____ Macintosh desktop, how many?    ____ Macintosh laptop, how many?   ____ Windows desktop, how many?   ____ Windows laptop, how many?   ____ LAN   ____ WIFI   ____ WIFI router   ____ UPS   ____ high speed internet   ____ word processing   ____ spreadsheet   ____ database   ____ website design   ____ programming   ____ CAD   ____ GIS   ____ graphic arts expertise   ____ digital camera   ____ DVR   others: ____ __________   ____ __________   ____ __________   ____ __________   ____ __________  

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