J.W.'s proposal for posting still seems logically nicest - we open a new thread on each reading, and then later comments are added to that thread as comments. But at the risk of confusing things, I want to make the following less structurally logical suggestion that I think will make current posts more visible.
A number of people have told me they have thoughts on reading they have done, and would post, but they are now weeks behind. If they post as a comment to a thread like Hegel's Philosophy of Right, it gets buried at the end of a list of comments, and one needs check every thread every day to see if anything new has been posted.
So I suggest at this point, so people can post stuff on readings they did several weeks ago but for which the questions are still totally valid since our concern is Marx' overall work and methodology, so people reading the list can easily see what new has been posted, that people open a new thread for any new comment. Then title it with what piece it is on. So tomorrow I will post a couple of comments on "Letters from the Franco-German Yearbook," and the next day "On the Jewish Question." I will also post as separate new threads some brief replies to the ideas brought up by J.W in his post on Hegel's/Right, and Kirsten's response, and now the interesting comments Joao made yesterday on the Manuscripts.
I am proposing this change only because we are behind, and people will be posting "make-up" comments - if we had all posted in the week we read things (and had not got behind in our readings, both of which problems I certainly got into), J.W.'s better system would have worked fine, we could have just followed each thread each week and then moved to a new thread. But now we are jumping around in time in our postings (I hope we are - I hope on the next two weeks a number of people post one or two things on stuff they read weeks ago).
For the discussion at the summer camp this will not present any problem, someone will gather all the discussion (or the pints brought up) by reading, whenever it was posted, and we'll work form that there.