[Grassroots-l] pilot project working group
chris at linuxuser.at
Sat Jan 26 05:49:08 EST 2008
I think a 'pilot project working group' is an excellent idea. Although
I'm not completely sure what it would do, there certainly are things to
* collecting and focussing information and documentation
* making it available to others
* the list of pilot projects with contacts
* a guide on "how to initiate a pilot"
The next steps could be:
* Further identify tasks and ideas for this working group
* Fix an IRC Meeting related to pilot projects
* Start collecting information
I'm happy to contribute a little time with technical assistance, mainly
on storing and exchanging information and documents. Also I can keep you
up-to-date about the austrian pilots.
I've added a few Infos to
could use this as a starting point, and as a place to collect ideas.
Imho, a few people working on structuring the pilot-project related
informations and it's exchange will be a great step forward. It makes
life easier for everyone, lowers the barrier for new pilots, will
enhance the quality of current ones, and after all helps the exchange
about experiences and ideas.
Best greetings from Vienna,
Gregor Martynus (OLPC Deutschland) wrote:
> Hello everyone!
> During our olpc europe IRC chat today, we had the idea, to start a
> pilot project working group.
> (Summary of todays meeting:
> Though it's an idea by OLPC Europe, I'm not sure wether we should
> limit this working group to Europe.
> But we have to start somehow ;-)
> * If you know about european Pilot Projects, describe it here:
> * To exchange your experience and your ides, start here
> * If you want to contribute, leave your name here
> As I'm quite new to wiki's, I'm open for suggestions to use the wiki
> in a more common way.
> Regards from Germany,
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