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Here are some loose ideas I've thrown together in a brainstorming session, for how to possibly structure the navigation system for the LCA2015 wiki. I've noticed from past LCA wikis that they have become a lot flatter and less structured since the 2009 one, and they seem to be quite difficult to navigate. I'd like to look at improving this with the LCA2015 wiki. Please let me know what you think. Click the image below to see it in full size. [[User:Augur_.|<font color="#703931">'''ᏜᏠᎶᏠᏑ'''</font>]][[User_talk:Augur_.|<font size="4" color="#723a32">&#x2710;</font>]][[Special:Contributions/Augur_.|<font size="4" color="#723a32">&#x2315;</font>]] 22:48, 10 December 2014 (AEDT)
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:We probably should have had this discussion ages ago, rather than just the mere 4 or so weeks out from LCA that it is now. I take some responsibility for that, as I did put my hand up earlier on in the year to help out with the wiki. It would have been good to talk to the Ghosts about previous wikis, or even to have seen feedback from previous LCA delegates about what they liked and didn't like about the wikis at past LCA's, from the feedback forms. As that didn't happen, I'm inviting discussion here, now.
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== [https://twitter.com/hashtag/clsXlca #clsXlca] ==
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:I'm new to LCA this year, even though I've been using Linux since about 2008. Nobody likes a n00b coming in and telling everyone how to improve things. It's human nature to reject that type of imposition, whether the suggestions have any merit and value or not. I'm hoping to avoid having that happen here by opening discussion on-wiki about how to organise the wiki for LCA2015. You'll find me very open to suggestions, probably more open than some of the LCA committee would like me to be, in fact. I prefer to do this type of thing out in the open. I'm more comfortable with a wiki or Twitter than I am with email. I'm old enough now to take the flack that comes with communicating in an open environment, (but I'm not too old to learn new tricks). If you want to disagree with me publicly, go right ahead! <font color="darkgreen">'''Everyone has the right to their own opinion. I trust that you will respect my opinions, even if they aren't backed by decades of LCA attendance, and I shall in return respect your opinions, and acknowledge your claim to a wealth of experience in running wikis, both for LCA and elsewhere. As long as we all come from a position of respect for the other's opinions, then vigorous debate is healthy.'''</font>
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When? Tuesday 13th January 2015
  
:The image above was created using [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FreeMind FreeMind], an open-source mindmapping tool. The current version of the *.mm data file is available for [https://mega.co.nz/#!2gBiGIyI!VZ0BR561IawW98eVdfd59VLhGMyQV7D0r7gfFxHM2KQ download] from my MEGA encrypted filesharing folder. Feel free to download it, tinker with it, rejig it, improve upon it, and repost a link to your improved version here. I'll continue working on it as well, alongside other wiki work. As we are now quite short on time before LCA2015 starts, I am going to continue doing what I've been doing, forging ahead with my n00bish plans to bring some semblance of order to the LCA wiki, until such time as someone contributes something here that pulls me up short, and I need to rethink my strategy to incorporate the suggestions. [[User:Augur_.|<font color="#703931">'''ᏜᏠᎶᏠᏑ'''</font>]][[User_talk:Augur_.|<font size="4" color="#723a32">&#x2710;</font>]][[Special:Contributions/Augur_.|<font size="4" color="#723a32">&#x2315;</font>]] 04:21, 11 December 2014 (AEDT)
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Where? The University of Auckland, New Zealand.
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''We talk a lot about "community" in the open source world. But what does that mean? How do we keep our communities healthy? As other communities have started to learn from the way open source communities work, what can we in turn be learning from them?''
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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.
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As an open unconference-style event, everyone who attends is welcome to lead and contribute sessions on any relevant topic.  
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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 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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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.  
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Find out more about CLS: http://www.communityleadershipsummit.com/about/
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== Topics for Discussion ==
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Here are a few topics discussed at previous CLS events
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* Burnout
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* Conflict resolution
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* Career opportunities
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* Diversity
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* Documentation
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* Event management
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* Governance
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* Metrics
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* Social media
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( For more info check out the CL forum - http://www.communityleadershipforum.com/categories )
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=== What should we cover during CLSx@LCA ? ===

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When? Tuesday 13th January 2015

Where? The University of Auckland, New Zealand.

We talk a lot about "community" in the open source world. But what does that mean? How do we keep our communities healthy? As other communities have started to learn from the way open source communities work, what can we in turn be learning from them?

Inspired by the Community Leadership Summit run each year before 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.

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 Senior Director of Community at XPRIZE, and formerly community manager for the global Ubuntu community and author of The Art of Community by O’Reilly.

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/


Topics for Discussion

Here are a few topics discussed at previous CLS events

  • Burnout
  • Conflict resolution
  • Career opportunities
  • Diversity
  • Documentation
  • Event management
  • Governance
  • Metrics
  • Social media

( For more info check out the CL forum - http://www.communityleadershipforum.com/categories )


What should we cover during CLSx@LCA ?