Ah, sorry I missed your message! I have to run now, but I will be around at 7pm GMT. I’ll send out an email reminder to everyone now to make sure we get as many people as possible - the agenda is basically just checking in and catching up, I think.
Hi @BoST, see you here in 10min?
hey, I updated the READ ME a bit to reflect the current situation better.
I also restructured the forum trying to incorporate some of the feedback I got. Feedback on this is welcome.
Here is the new
Please make sure to sign up to continue your work with the OSCEdays.
And here is a topic about the
Hopefully many of you will be able to make it.
A plan for the FUTURE of OSCEdays - My ideas how to reinvent the project with the learnings we had so far.
And I also published a thread to discuss our DIF collaboration along with my ideas for it.
Hi, here is a topic to feedback, track and discuss the progress of the OSCEdays rebuilding. Let’s have the discussions about it there.
I posted a longer list with Ideas for ACTIONS here (updated). Check it out. I think it can explain a bit better, what the potential of ACTIONS could be.
####Circular City DIF Talks
@BoST or Community – If someone has free time or interest to do it – please go through the DIF schedule and collect all talks or activities related to the ‘Circular City’/‘Regenerative City’ and post it in our ‘Circular City’ topic as a list with dates, maybe even links.
The DIF asked for a short bio for our video streaming opening the different phases of the Open Lab.
I sent this:
The Open Source Circular Economy Days (OSCEdays) is a global community and experiment to explore Open Source for Circular Economy. It was founded in 2014 and is guided by an open group of stewards embracing a transparent workflow and open and inclusive mind.
I hope this works for you.
Dear @BoST !
The #OSCEdays #OpenLabs on #CircularCities are starting today with a Live Streaming, Monday 7 NOV at 8pm GMT. Be there and spread the word!
Wow @BoST . Have you seen this? Suez published a Video about their local OSCEdays event two days ago:
And they published an article about a card game they created too. Does anyone speak french? Is there a link to the raw data of the card game in the post. If so, we could reach out to the community to find someone to translate it and create an english version.
I have a friend in Brussels I can ask, together we should be able to write subtitles in German and English pretty easily, it’s not that much text.
I’m just travelling on the train with Hille from ‘Volksentscheid Fahrrad’ (initiative “bicycle referendum” for improved infrastructure in Berlin), they might be interested to open source their experience in organizing a(n extremely successful) referendum for sustainabilily issues/ sustainable cities. Sugested to her that we can do an ACTION Protocol Hackathon for the next Berlin OSCEdays.
should we try to create a stream for the circular food system event in Berlin on saturday?
Can anyone help me to spread invitations and advertise this event more broadly?
Check out this: http://www.iasc2017.org/calls/call-for-practitioners-labs/
What do you think? Should we apply?
could you send the info and press release, please?
I may share it with my friends.
Thank you. I haven’t got feedback from @Frans on the streaming/video question so I don’t know if we will manage to do anything in that direction.
I now managed to write to quite a few people but it’s very short notice, so I don’t know what will happen. I also only have a German language invitation for Berliners that I sent out today:
@transitionmaike, yes we could do a streaming, if you are really up for it, and you think there is enough going on to communicate. We would need to prepare a protocol for that, too. I am not 100% sure I can make it to the Baumhaus, alternatively I can be part of the streaming online and we make it a Q-and-A about your brainstorm and the food policy paper. And we would need to test tech and so before, I propose we should do this on Friday, i.ex. at 3pm CET.
But actually I tend to be more pro a “what happened at OpenLabs” streaming next week and hear a report of what happened at Baumhaus, and also other events. @Lars2i what do you think? Our experiences with these “Live from the Event” streamings are so la la. They are easily getting a bit chaotic and messy. The best streaming was the second streaming, where we had clear and well prepared inputs.
I thought of summing up the food ACTION experiment somehow on Friday while the DIF is still on, but we can also do it next week. It would then be good to have someone to document the event a bit so we have some pics. As I have no free hands due to my crutches I can’t do that myself this time.
Once I tried out the format I’m also happy to write a Protocol for it (it’s a mix of “world café” and the Berlin format “Sustainability Drinks”).