• If you are citizen of an European Union member nation, you may not use this service unless you are at least 16 years old.

  • Finally, you can manage your Google Docs, uploads, and email attachments (plus Dropbox and Slack files) in one convenient place. Claim a free account, and in less than 2 minutes, Dokkio (from the makers of PBworks) can automatically organize your content for you.



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Announcement Vision Plan Feedback FAQ Your Support!



Coworking is growing rapidly around the globe, and our ability to connect with the awesome people who make up the movement is lagging behind. One of our primary tools for collaboration, the Coworking Wiki, is not keeping up. We want to turn the wiki into a platform that people like using, that can grow as coworking grows, and that puts our best face forward to the world.

We are raising money to fund this project. The money will provide part-time salaries for three coordinators over a one year period. We will pull in additional team members from dedicated coworking spaces willing to donate a few hours of time each week to this project. After one year the paid positions will fall away and the team and systems established will continue on into the future. We have an inspired vision and a well thought-out plan and we need your support!.

Be a part of it! We're asking for your support.

Donate to vastly improve the coworking wiki. Help our best tool for global collaboration catch up with the movement's growth.

"The coworking wiki is a living, breathing representation of the collective effort of the global coworking movement. In no other place can you find a more complete record of past, present, and future efforts to develop coworking communities in a given area. For someone new to coworking, it is an opportunity to catch up on what's been happening and to connect with people who are leading the way, or who are ready to be led."
Tony Bacigalupo, New Work City

"I'm supporting the wiki upgrade, because I know I will rely on the wiki through each stage of opening my own coworking space. If the site appears more organized and professional, I will have an easier time demonstrating to funders that coworking is a sound investment."
Jessie Rymph, Purple Raincoats

“It’s no surprise that the wiki was built from the ground up by avid contributors to the open source movement. They laid the groundwork for thousands of people to share what they have learned, because they believe in the greater value that stems from open collaboration.”
Will Bennis, Locus Workspace