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Definition of Person as RKC entity
Communities of Practice:
Curator(s): Mario Yanez

What is a Pattern

Pattern pages are used for working with RKC patterns. Patterns can be added by referencing them from the Pattern tab of Person, Social-Entity, Community of Place, or Community of Practice pages.

The Main section contains:

  • a few required fields, such as a ordering structure and usage mode, brief description, parent/sibling/offspring of Pattern and page curator(s);
  • optionally, one has the ability to display relevant images, give a full name, and longer description;
  • and, lastly, a summary of key relations which have a pattern on their "playlist" are provided here as well.
Pattern page for Person pattern
In the context of RKC, a Person is a type of entity, which represents an individual person, who aspires to take on transformative roles in Communities of Place and/or Communities of Practice.

Workings of ...

As an entity in RKC, Persons represents an entity type that has its own set of structures (templates, tables, forms).. Persons can associate to one or more Initiative. These entities, along with Initiatives, are key nodes for creating relations to all other entities within the RKC. Every instance of Person in the RKC, has a Person: namespace in front it (example: Person:[real name]).


The Person entity's profile consists of the following fields:

  • Basic required
    • Brief description
    • Associated Localities
    • RKC Username
    • Email
  • Basic extended (optional)
    • Longer description
    • Motivation for participating
    • Images
    • Relevant links
  • Relations
    • Associated Initiatives (Initiative, Relation, Current/Last date associated)
    • Communities of Practice participating in (CommPractice, Role, Current/Last date associated)
    • Communities of Place participating in (CommPlace, Role, Current/Last date associated)
  • Practice
    • Practitioner Status
    • Degree of Regenerative
    • Describe Regenerative
    • Geographic Reach
    • Area(s) of Work
    • Expression of Purpose
    • Stakeholder Type(s)
    • Description of Practice
  • Playlists
    • Patterns (Pattern, Type, Description)
    • Interventions (Intervention, Type, Description)
  • More
    • Narratives (Title, Event Date, Narrative)
    • Essence (Type, User, Date, Description)

List of Persons in RKC

Click here to generate a list of Persons

Ordering & Usage

Ordering Structures Usage Modes
  • Frameworks (framework-interaction-term)
  • term


Persons: -none-
Initiatives: -none-

Resolution of Forces & Use Cases

Utilization & More


About Utilization Tab...

The Utilization tab shows which Processes--case study, story, journey, curriculum, research study, etc--this Pattern is applied in.

Interventions expressing Person pattern:


About Process Tab...

Process Patterns tab is meant as a staging area for listing/creating Patterns that make part of this Process Pattern.

Patterns associated to Person Process Pattern:


About Narratives Tab...

The Narratives tab allows for various types of narrative about the Pattern, any relevant research, a review about its use, etc.

Narrative elements created from Person:


About Essence Tab...

The Essence tab allows for anyone in RKC to comment on what makes a pattern unique along three different dimensions:
   Aliveness: What energizes this being that really makes it come alive, beyond the functional of everyday existence.
   Offering: The unique value a pattern offers in order to bring a higher-order of viability and vitality to, or evolve a particular system they are working to transform (this is context specific).
   Potential: A tendency in a being that this pattern is continually striving to manifest into existence.
Over time, this feature can offer deeper insights to what each pattern brings to this co-creative space.

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