Talk:Guide to punk
Villa amalias, skaramaga and other greek squats, do not host as a way of a free hotel but through networks of comrade relationships and prior notice. Thus they were deleted from the main article as they don't define themselves as a mere couchsurfing place.
- thanks for your contribitution, but maybe this is a little misunderstanding. the list here isn't a couchlist at all. It's more a list of links for hospex users with interest in punk. Most of the links help to find places, venues, meetups, local forums etc. (i. e. look at hamburg: links to a calender and a forum). Nevertheless if you don't want to be on that list (assuming you're talking for the projects), it's your choice. Midsch 13:10, 25 December 2009 (UTC)
Guide to what?
I have been going through this list and there seems to not be so much consistency in the content. Some places have only internet links to message boards about punk while others have info about anti-capitalist and counter-cultural movements and spaces. Maybe we could define better what we want this page to be? Guide to punk music? Guide to punk culture? Guide to local counter-cultures?
--Linnéa Lárpera 01:46, 8 July 2010 (UTC)
- I haven't worked much on this but feel free to define it and split it up in several articles if that seems like the right thing to do, though check with Bikepunk. guaka 11:13, 8 July 2010 (UTC)
- I do agree with you Linnéa Lárpera. This page has been started over a year ago and the idea then was to help punks to know where to find local interest. As you know punk and counter-culture are linked. Even more since we tried to keep it DIY (to avoid commercial bullshits) in a lot of places there are not any proper "punk" places but you might feel interested to find some local anarchists... Feel free to set up your ideas about this page. Split it, make a counter culture page if you feel like it. I'll keep an eye around anyway ;) Bikepunk 19:19, 10 July 2010 (UTC)