It can also serve as an informal workspace for stuff related to hospitality. Currently we are working on 752 articles.
Trustroots circles (previously known as "tribes") are a way for you to immediately find the people you will easily connect with. When searching for hosts, you can filter members by circles. Your circles will also show up in your profile, telling others more about you.
We'll aim to add ways to the site that will fill your trips and your life with adventure! Imagine walking around in a city you're visiting for the first time and suddently you start receiving invitations from people to stay with them or go to awesome or inspiring events, or just to a dumpster dive dinner. That's the adventure Trustroots wants to enable. And circles is a step towards this.
See also the blog post introducing circles. The current circles we have are: hitchhikers, dumpster divers, vegans&vegetarians, nomads, ecoliving, musicians, foodsharing, cyclists, hikers, punks, artists, hackers, lgbtq, yoga, buskers, rainbow gathering, climbers, spirituals, dancers, families, sailors, lindyhoppers, slackliners, acroyoga, van life, jugglers, Trustroots volunteers, cooking, photographers, gardeners & farmers, naturists, feminists, anarchists, squatters, surfers, motorcyclists, pilgrims, burners, circus, skateboarders, beer brewers, winemakers
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Trustroots Wiki is a Travel community guide for anyone involved in hospitality exchange networks such as Trustroots, BeWelcome, Warm Showers and CouchSurfing. We have a lot of experience with wikis and we think that anyone should be able to edit this wiki. We try to avoid setting rules though we do have some guidelines. All content is available under a ShareAlike Attribution Creative Commons license.
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