We've been busy with content and development work over the past few months. Fire and Earth wrote a chapter about the kratom experience for a medical textbook. We also just finished a foreword to an upcoming digital manual about creating and running psychedelic crisis management services at festivals.
We've been improving the process for handling EcstasyData results. A
new faster turnaround time means batches have been published weekly
for the last six weeks. We've updated hundreds of files on the site
and are working with a new set of volunteers from Reddit's r/drugs
gang. Some joined as Experience triagers and others have volunteered
to work on site improvements.
Spoon has been reworking the training process for new volunteers and
Blaek has completed a template for Stolaroff Collection abstracts as
well as writing abstracts/summaries for the first 500 documents.
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