Loomio
Tue 24 Jul 2018 10:59PM

Track 1: Community Management

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La Comunidad Puede Salvar Tu Proyecto
Por qué?
Conocer los casos de Éxito Antiguos y Nuevos
Resumen (2 Votos)
Invitar personas con casos de éxito y promover que vengan assistentes AAPP, empresas
Invitar a empresas + nuevas o que no sean de éxito: Asociaciones, Comunidades… para contar su historia
Invitar Empresas y que vengan asistentes de administración
Invitar ponentes y atraer asistentes
Invitar jefes y líderes de equipos de desarrollo de éxito
Ejemplos: Ubuntu, Mozilla, Apache, Linux Foundation, Linkcat, Wikimedia, Hardware, Opendata, Wikipedia, Openstreetmaps
Invitar comunidades muy nuevas
OBJETIVO (4 Votos)
Enseñar cómo se monta una comunidad
Demostrar que si hay una comunidad por detrás, hay un desarrollo de un software y un buen uso de éste. Y lo más importante es venderlo. Que sea usable, que sea amigable, la comunidad tiene que intentar que esto se tenga en cuenta. No solo que se desarrolle y funcione pero que sea bonito y amigable.

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flossbcn Sun 12 Aug 2018 10:07AM

We are looking for Speakers, What you think of the list Below:
OpenStreetMaps - Jaume Figueiras (TBC)
Ubuntu - Mark Shuttleworth (TBC)
Apache
Linux Foundation
Wikimedia - Alex Arroyo (TBC)
Hardware - Ben Nuthall - Raspberry pi Community Manager (TBC)

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Poll Created Wed 15 Aug 2018 4:41PM

Platform Business Sprint | Leveraging Ecosystems to create unprecedented outcomes Closed Thu 30 Aug 2018 4:02PM

Platform Business Sprint is a 6 hours, hands on session designed to help (network) organizations and teams quickly understand how Platform Design Thinking can provide a new lens, new tools and radically new perspectives in business and organizational development.

During the Session participants will learn by experimenting, using a small subset of the tools composing the Platform Design Toolkit framework to explore right away the potential if applied to their own strategic needs and contexts of work:
- what does the platform model mean for my organization?
- how can platform thinking impact the industries and the contexts I’m working with?
- who in the organization should learn how to leverage on such an approach?
- what are the implications for our organization at larger scale?

These are just some of the questions that normally get - at least partially and preliminary - answered by a Platform Business 101.

Brochure (In Progress) > https://docs.google.com/document/d/1cQY_YTd7ZajPN9KadyFwcDQf78V8ViI24H1nwyjWbsM/edit#

Results

Results Option % of points Voters
Agree 0.0% 0  
Abstain 0.0% 0  
Disagree 100.0% 1 RG
Block 0.0% 0  
Undecided 0% 20 EDL RS JG JL F JC JGB ÀF CP JCG AAC MBD MP ÒO RC DU DS AT TC

1 of 21 people have voted (4%)

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Robert Garrigos
Disagree
Thu 16 Aug 2018 6:57AM

I think this would be very interesting in a bigger event, not in a one day event, and maybe not for 6 hours. This type of events work better if sessions are shorter and people can attend a few of them, get a first impression of a new technology...

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flossbcn Wed 29 Aug 2018 1:08PM

@rodrigoseoane2 Can you propose a Shorter Track of 30/45 min? Like an Introduction only?