Finding projects, and finding new ways for other protos to find them is a powerful thing. Whether it's something you're looking for to solve a problem or something to add onto or develop or something for fun you do that helps others find projects, or help complete projects you'll find it all.
Within a project you'll find yourself doing all sorts of everything—things you didn't know could even be done or ever thought you’d be interested in. You'll shift your focus from one task to another and back again and on to new levels of interaction with the protos around you.
A "project" is a focal point, a setting for things to happen in an understood way, among protos who share congruent interests, abilities and goals. Congruent. Not equal, not the same, not similar—but congruent, or compatible. Protos can have different expectations of a project, different interests, abilities or goals. Compatibility is the key.
Like the protos at work on them, there are projects everywhere you care to look. There are projects of every configuration and subject matter that any proto can imagine. There are projects in every state of completion, from the initial spark to the relics of projects that reverberate long after protos left them for new ones.
A skill that any proto values is the ability to figure out which projects to work on, get into, spend time on. There are ever-evolving tools being developed by protos that help you evaluate projects—from every imaginable angle.
Project finders, project developers, project evaluators — some focused on just a few aspects of the project, others involved to its very depths.There are protos who work to help others find just the right projects: