Why? I think he writes to the point of the question you posed: what is the future of our community? To me, our future lies in the question: how can our community help to facilitate the change necessary to deal with the challenges of the future?
I think one important step now is to make sure that the movement we just started doesn’t stop. We have to keep upt the good work we started in documenting everything we did, and encourage every participant to do the same. We also should develop the forum further to make this information more readable and more easily accessible to our future participants.
Planning for OSCE2016 should start right now: how can we continue to develop the challenges we started, so in 2016 we can continue from there? How can we connect to the groups in the other cities, so in 2016 we have a network to work with? How can we integrate the information we share into the projects that grow from our challenges, so in 2016 we are ready to do some hardware prototyping?
The work we have done now was to lay the foundations for an ongoing process. At least this is what I plan to do with the challenge I presented here.
I think we should post our statements in new topics within this category. The discussion about the future of the OSCEdays will be probably more complex then to fit in just one topic-thread. You raise different questions then Gien for example. And both your posts could be explored into more detail. Therefor it would be nice to have them as seperate posts.
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