I'm not quite sure @mathewtrivett . I've been involved with a few outdoor events. Often sorting infrastructury stuff power,water,cooking spaces, structures - although I imagine that not much of that kind of stuff will be needed. I'm also reasonably good at organizing stuff, admin work etc.
I also could head up to Nottingham and do some sorting out before the event - but also I could see this as not being necessary.
I've been interested in social structures that facilitate focus on not-well-paid yet still valuable work for a long time. Also in group dynamics and how groups organize. I spent the last two years in an intentional community with a horizontal governance structure.
The unMo idea has always been of interest to me. I like the way Edgeryders and unMo attract dynamic people with energy to take stuff forward. I've found a number of projects I've worked on have stalled/failed, in part, because they relied heavily on a small number of people to be pushing things forward. Clusters of dynamic people, with compatible world views, are attractive to me. As is-
- the outwards looking community focus of unMo, an aspect I've pushed to be stronger in a number of projects.
- freeing people from having to focus on paying the rent.
- experimentation with governance/living together models.