We imagine this space, or web infrastructure, as a rhizome—what Delueze and Guattari describe as “an acentered, nonhierarchical, nonsignifying system without a General and without an organizing memory or central automaton, defined solely by a circulation of states.” As an assemblage of interconnected and intersecting lines of flight, vectors, nodes, and projects, this web infrastructure re-weaves a variety of statements, practices, tools, assemblages, and spaces in service of a commitment to refuse to objectify communities of struggle, a discomfort with imposing fixed already determined solutions, and an uneasiness with bureaucracies that institutionalize and domesticate rebellion. As one of many nodes, the system of information constructed here attempts to engage a variety of (un)anticipated and (not yet) enunciated desires, refusals, and subversions. As a rhizome, this assemblage “is perpetually in construction or collapsing, and of a process that is perpetually prolonging itself, breaking off and starting up again.”