Within assemblies what makes them unique is that one can define levels of assembly, for example we can imagine having a first level of assembly which is the general assembly, and a second level which could be for example the organisation's standing committee. So here you would see sub-assemblies of the parent assembly, as opposed to group processes. On the other hand, when we go to configure an assembly, there are the same options that we had in the processes with the components, the categories, and even administrators. The difference is that there are no phases, because a Decidim assembly, by definition, is always an open, timeless space that can last infinitely. Additionally, assemblies allow you to publish a list of members on the assembly page. To conclude, it may be that in the Open Observatory the spaces may not be explicitly categorised as process or assembly but the function of each should be clear to the super administrators so that they can best decide which type of space to use regardless of the name it is assigned.