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By and for the people of Byron Shire… « Deliriant Isti Romani (These Romans are mad!) Community Engine are working with the various communities of Byron Shire to pilot an all-new way to connect and share.
We’ll be calling it ‘Connect Byron’. It’s a hybrid between a membership management platform (for groups that have free or paid members / followers), and a social media network. A local performer sings for us at the weekly Mullum Farmer's markets. Image courtesy of: Venessa Paech We’ve met great people over the last few weeks and learnt a lot of things about the Byron Shire – we’re more convinced now than ever that it’s the right place to pilot, and that people in the community will see the benefits and participate in the online version of their local communities. What we’ve learnt very quickly is this: Every single person we’ve spoken to in the Byron Shire is delighted at the concept and has offered their support in some form.Each of these people has endorsed the notion that local people need to drive the platform in order for it to become the hub of ‘life in the village’.