[PD] hackmeetings at PDCon2009 in Brasil
hans at at.or.at
Tue Jun 16 16:13:54 CEST 2009
I am a huge supporter of this idea, I really like this kind of
meeting. I've helped run a few in NYC, and participated in others.
We can find a way to make it fit the Pd group.
What I think works well is just setting up a bunch of 1 hour time
slots and some rooms. Then the morning starts with people talking to
each other, hanging out and eating breakfast. Then there is 1 hour to
discuss and plan the schedule, which the whole group does together.
People suggest sessions, people offer to lead sessions, and everyone
discusses how to fit them into the schedule.
I am happy to help run the process or just participate.
On Jun 16, 2009, at 10:01 AM, ydegoyon at gmail.com wrote:
> tomorrow i go to italian hackmeeting,
> maybe i could tell you after
> how to make a creative chaos after that
> glerm soares wrote:
>> I don't know "how" exactly it will work, but I am shure that it
>> works and that's the spirit. "My" project for PDCon2009 was not
>> made to be "mine" so I am introducing the process here to the
>> community. Since the beginning my idea was to make some kind of
>> "hackerspace", "openspace" or "bricolab" , whatever the name,
>> inside the Convention. A place for artisans work and share tools
>> and concepts as in your own neighbourhood with your long time
>> AFAIK the producers of the event here could get some space for we
>> make some kind of "deconference" to find some convergence in
>> spontaneous ideas and similar interests discovered with factual
>> presence, at the Monday 20t july, all day.
>> Maybe if enough people show interest in this situation around here
>> we could schedule more time and space for that for the rest of the
>> week... All the schedule and space that the event would give to me
>> I will donate to this project... I will have no authoral,
>> performatic or scientific project for this conference besides to
>> stimulate local community meeting global community... So I hope it
>> can helps the situation and an organic flow of collaborations...
>> I have some ideas about how it could happen, but would i would like
>> to hear from you first...
>> best regards,
All mankind is of one author, and is one volume; when one man dies,
one chapter is not torn out of the book, but translated into a better
language; and every chapter must be so translated.... -John Donne
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