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== Reputation ==
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== Topic title ==
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What's a short, shareable title for your discussion topic?
  
Broad discussion on whether or not it was possible to measure and recognise reputation in any automated kind of way.
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== Introductions  ==
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Who is here? Recording this is optional - anonymity and privacy is sometimes more important when sensitive issues are being explored.
  
== Introductions ==
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Name, community, role eg. Donna, Drupal, community working group chair.
 
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Who is here?
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* Mark Attwood
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* Jono Bacon
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* Adam Thomas
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* Donna Benjamin
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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
 
 
Please record and share notes from the discussion as an ongoing record, and so we can build on it in future.
 
Please record and share notes from the discussion as an ongoing record, and so we can build on it in future.
  
 
== Resources ==
 
== Resources ==
 
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Any key resources shared or created during the discussion - list them here. eg links, books, people, organisations, etc.
'''How to measure anything'''
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http://www.hubbardresearch.com/publications/how-to-measure-anything-book/
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== Actions, next steps or key takeaways ==
 
== Actions, next steps or key takeaways ==
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It's all very well to talk, but what will we do next, or what key or new ideas will we be taking away from this discussion?
  
It's all very well to talk, but what will we do next, or what key or new ideas will we be taking away from this discussion?
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[[Category: CLSXLCA]]
 
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[[category: CLSXLCA]]
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Revision as of 10:26, 7 February 2016

Topic title

What's a short, shareable title for your discussion topic?

Introductions

Who is here? Recording this is optional - anonymity and privacy is sometimes more important when sensitive issues are being explored.

Name, community, role eg. Donna, Drupal, community working group chair.

Notes

Please record and share notes from the discussion as an ongoing record, and so we can build on it in future.

Resources

Any key resources shared or created during the discussion - list them here. eg links, books, people, organisations, etc.

Actions, next steps or key takeaways

It's all very well to talk, but what will we do next, or what key or new ideas will we be taking away from this discussion?