Here is Kaliya's post, which unfortunately omits a discussion of Matisse's influence on the unconference:
Facilitating the Internet Identity Workshop was a wonderful experience. I got to bring help the order emerge out of the chaos by leading Open Space. Many felt that it was
About two weeks ago I started making a map of the history of the community. This was in part because I knew a lot of new people were coming to the workshop and I wanted to be sure they had some context of who we were and where we had come from. I translated this into an interactive wall map that allowed people to add their own elements to the history.
On the timeline:
- Yellow diamonds are protocols
- Pink Trapazoids events that have happened on a timeline
- Purple papers are Publications white papers
- Purple 1/2 circles are podcasts.
Clusters (ot on the timeline):
- Green Parallelograms are mailing lists
- Blue pages are blogs
There are some good photos of this but I will be taking the results and putting them into Omnigraffle and then PDF too.
Tuesday Morning we got to put together the agenda. It involves everyone who wants to present putting what they want to have a session about on a piece of paper. They speak their session title to the whole room and then post it on the wall.
It wasnâ€™t until about mid day on Tuesday that I actually landed and was able to engage in the conference. The Planetwork folks talked a lot talking about the emerging 1society project.
Dinner both evenings was great. Monday was Italian and Tuesday was Thai.
The Identity Commons crowd moved things forward we have a follow up call next week.
We concluded our day listening to Eugene Rant about Wikis at Wiki Wednesday. After dinner Meng told us he had founded the Reputation Gang and we invited him to be a part of the Identity Commons.
I'm looking forward to seeing the map in digital form.