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= Community Leadership Summit X at linux.conf.au =
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== Group discussion roles ==
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[[File:Group-discussion-roles.png|right|400px]]
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Call for a volunteer to take on each of these roles.
  
== Unconference Resources ==
 
  
* http://www.unconference.net/unconferencing-how-to-prepare-to-attend-an-unconference/
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=== Facilitator ===
* [[Group Roles]]
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== What is clsXlca? ==
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The facilitator sets the topic and tone of the discussion and guides the conversation. Facilitators should try to make sure everyone who wants to contribute gets a chance to do so, and no one or two people dominates the discussion too much.
  
Inspired by the [http://www.communityleadershipsummit.com Community Leadership Summit] run each year before [http://www.oscon.com/ OSCON], Donna Benjamin will convene CLSx at LCA to bring together community leaders, organisers and managers and the projects and organisations that are interested in growing and empowering a strong community. We invite the leading minds in community management, relations and online collaboration to discuss, debate and continue to refine the art of building an effective and capable community.
 
  
'''As an open unconference-style event, everyone who attends is welcome to lead and contribute sessions on any relevant topic.'''
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=== Notetaker ===
  
The Community Leadership Summit began in 2009 in Portland, Oregon, USA, and has grown to be a key fixture on the open source event calendar. CLS was conceived and is organised each year by Jono Bacon. He is now at Github, but was senior director of Community at XPRIZE, and formerly community manager for the global Ubuntu community and author of [http://www.artofcommunityonline.org/ The Art of Community] by O’Reilly.  
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The notetaker creates a record of the discussion. Notes will be shared with others or used as the basis for ongoing work. The notetaker should check the notes are accurate, and that everyone is happy to share them.
  
Jono started the summit as a first step in helping community managers and leaders to define and refine their work, share knowledge and make connections in a vendor neutral way. And now, CLS is going global. CLSx events are local CLS style events that happen in locations around the world.
 
  
Find out more about CLS: http://www.communityleadershipsummit.com/about/
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=== Notetaker ===
  
== Topics for Discussion ==
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The notetaker creates a record of the discussion. Notes will be shared with others or used as the basis for ongoing work. The notetaker should check the notes are accurate, and that everyone is happy to share them.
  
=== What should we cover during clsXlca 2016? ===
 
* [[CoC012|Codes of Conduct - Next steps]]
 
* [[Community tools]] - "Community management tools - CRM systems, voting systems. What tools are people using to build their community?"
 
* [[Discussion Notes Template]]
 
  
=== What happened at clsXlca 2015? ===
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=== Timekeeper ===
* see [[Clsx takeaways]]
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=== I'll be there in Geelong for 2016 ===
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The timekeeper watches the clock for everyone in the group. Keep time for the session as a whole, but also help everyone have their chance to speak. eg. Let people know their time is up, by saying "Thank you".
* Donna Benjamin @kattekrab
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=== Futzing with categories and templates ===
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Pay no attention to the miniconf organiser behind the curtain.
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These group roles were inspired by the [http://adainitiative.org/2013/10/02/running-your-unconference-discussions-effectively-adacamp-session-role-cards/ Ada Initiative's Role cards at AdaCamp].
  
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However, variations of these appear for many communities. Learning activities, literature circles, activist groups... It's a good idea!
  
[[category: CLSXLCA]]
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[[Category: CLSXLCA]]
 
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Add this template to new discussion topic pages to collect our notes together in one place.
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<nowiki>{{CLSXLCA}} [[Category: CLSXLCA]]</nowiki>
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Revision as of 21:06, 23 January 2016

Group discussion roles

Group-discussion-roles.png

Call for a volunteer to take on each of these roles.


Facilitator

The facilitator sets the topic and tone of the discussion and guides the conversation. Facilitators should try to make sure everyone who wants to contribute gets a chance to do so, and no one or two people dominates the discussion too much.


Notetaker

The notetaker creates a record of the discussion. Notes will be shared with others or used as the basis for ongoing work. The notetaker should check the notes are accurate, and that everyone is happy to share them.


Notetaker

The notetaker creates a record of the discussion. Notes will be shared with others or used as the basis for ongoing work. The notetaker should check the notes are accurate, and that everyone is happy to share them.


Timekeeper

The timekeeper watches the clock for everyone in the group. Keep time for the session as a whole, but also help everyone have their chance to speak. eg. Let people know their time is up, by saying "Thank you".


These group roles were inspired by the Ada Initiative's Role cards at AdaCamp.

However, variations of these appear for many communities. Learning activities, literature circles, activist groups... It's a good idea!