[swb-public] Meeting in person?
dmv2109 at posteo.net
Wed Jan 4 17:57:01 UTC 2017
I'm in Berlin and I think there are a few more people on this list who
said they were from Berlin. So maybe the first practical step would be
not one big meeting but a number of smaller meetings in different
Ideally, at least one member of the "core" team could attend each of
these smaller meetings. @nex: do you think that's realistic? Best,
Am 04.01.2017 16:06 schrieb mkind:
>> Let's meet in person to discuss all the questions that have come up
>> over the last few days.
> Sound's great. Anyone in Berlin?
> Daniel <dmv2109 at posteo.net> schrieb am 04.01.17 14:07:
>> I'd like to add a more "old school" proposal; Let's meet in person to
>> discuss all the questions that have come up over the last few days.
>> What I
>> have in mind is something like a day-long workshop somewhere in
>> Europe, and
>> mabye a second one in the US. I know that this will be difficult to
>> but I think it would be beneficial in at least four ways:
>> (1) Trust: it's a lot easier to begin to build relationships of trust
>> if you
>> meet people in person.
>> (2) Motivation: from my experience with similar projects, people will
>> much more motivated to contribute to a look project like this for an
>> extended period of time if they have met the people they have worked
>> (3) Exchange with other organizations: if we organized such a
>> workshop, we
>> could invite people from other organizations to tell us about their
>> experiences and what kind of assistance they would expect from an
>> organization like swb. btw, a friend just told me about the "Tactical
>> Technology Collectice" (https://tacticaltech.org/), which seems to
>> pursue a
>> very similar agenda.
>> (4) Visibility: swb can only help people if they know that the
>> exists. To this end, we could combine internal discussions with some
>> kind of
>> public event.
>> What do you think?
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