Thank you for this! You ae absolutely right. This is simply smart design/development and informed practice from feminist methodologies. The objectivist-all-knowing-all-encompassing-view-from-nowhere-and-all-connected is false, and it’s a dangerous falsehood because it posits something that doesn’t exist, and that wouldn’t help if it did. People and communities are situated. We can be connected across fields and across the world, but we exist in a real and not abstracted manner. For technologies and systems to support people, they have to be developed with humanity in mind. Creating a great big box for stuff that isn’t situated and then connected provides a technological answer, but that’s incomplete because the community has expressed/exhibited a socio-technical need. We have to be able to listen, respond, and continute the dialogue as part of expanding and connecting, leveraging the tools and capacities of the digital age to support and enrich our work. Otherwise, it doesn’t work, and it doesn’t make sense. Humanities Commons is important and doing tremendous work because it is situated. From that position, it can be made meaningful for/with our communities and grown and connected. Thank you for recognizing and championing this!