Reblogged from Running in ZK:
At Twin Oaks there are a number of formalized processes for confronting issues that come up regarding specific members. One of these is a 'community feedback,' in which a meeting is open to all members of the community to share concerns about a specific member. While they can be brought forth by any member concerned about another's behavior, feedbacks are often called automatically by policy in certain situations, such as having a negative labor balance for too long or not adhering to provisions of a personal behavior contract.
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My co-dad gets a bit of old fashioned community process. With a new twist.