[OLPC-SF] quick questions about SF Summit site's GO LIVE TONIGHT!
grantbow at gmail.com
Wed Sep 22 23:47:28 EDT 2010
On second thought, I've put the email out and we can forward it
without the detail. We can update the
http://www.olpcsf.org/CommunitySummit2010/register.php page with this
important detail for last minute registrations.
On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 8:22 PM, Grant Bowman <grantbow at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks for these questions. We finished up our weekly conference call
> and I'm preparing the announcement email for forwarding including our
> group mail list, facebook, twitter and identi.ca info. I think your
> question about registration ending time is a good one and one which I
> think I will include in the email I'm working on. Shall we cut off
> online registration on the 20th? On-site registration via special
> arrangement to contact at olpcsf.org after that?
> On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 7:51 PM, Holt <holt at laptop.org> wrote:
>> Elizabeth Krumbach has performed an act beyond magic, for those Not Yet Hip to her and her partners in crime, and their astonishing contributions creating this most beautiful (yes, I dare say historic) invitation the world.
>> Around OLPC/Sugar/Realness' biggest ever community/volunteering event Oct 22-24 in San Francisco, with as many as 100 people indicating they might attend:
>> Quickie Questions squeezed in before we all get hounded with eager questions in coming days -- whether or not we later post a mini-FAQ like http://realness.org/details/ :
>> * What time does registration close Oct 22, 2010 at http://olpcsfcs2010.eventbrite.com ? Must late registration folks pay cash on-site?
>> * Do folks think it's OK to continually/dynamically expand http://olpcSF.org/CommunitySummit2010/people.php with quality "biopics" as we're getting ongoing requests here, beyond the currently posted 18 headliner speakers / PartySipAnts :) One suggestion: keep welcoming our strongest contributors worldwide, showcasing their work and personalities so vividly, even if this page is becoming too long we can certainly break it up later in any number of ways. And if we accidentally end up with a strong social network of our accomplished doers shaking up glocal learning, things could be worse if our world suddenly wakes up to one glorious such place :)
>> * The schedule is still coming together progressively of course, at http://olpcSF.org/CommunitySummit2010/schedule.php and http://wiki.laptop.org/go/OLPC_SanFranciscoBayArea/OLPCSF_Community_Summit_2010#Possible_Topics -- but can we please post a "specific whole hour" each day when remote attendance is strongly encouraged over Skype/IRC/UStream -- as Greg DeKoenigsberg/Mel Chua and many others have requested? Getting this specific time published early (now!?) will help everyone, whether that time happens to be 11AM each day, or whatever :)
>> * The last 4 questions (below) at the bottom of the registration site are truly awesome, getting to the very *Heart* of why we're all coming. Can we all please make the effort to make this public/shared data weekly, whether tabulated or summarized in any way, so everyone can take advantage of the 4 weeks til game time -- viscerally seeing/connecting with "Hot Topics" evolving?
>> If you are interested in the Education track, what areas interest you the most?
>> If you are interested in the Technology track, what areas interest you the most?
>> If you are interested in the Outreach track, what areas interest you the most?
>> Are there any other interests not listed above you may wish to see addressed at the summit? (please include track)
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