The Art of Community & Impact of Web 2.0 at OSCON

DaneseCooper and I are leading a series of lightning talks focused on theArt of Community at the O'ReillyOpen Source Convention (OSCON)in Portland next week. The session features some great speakersincluding Mitchell Baker, Karl Fogel, and many more. I will bespending a few minutes during the session talking about the impact ofweb 2.0 on communities. If you are attending OSCON, please stop byour session!


TheArt of Community


Track:Emerging Topics
Date: Thursday, July 27
Time: 5:20pm -6:05pm
Location: Portland 251


Onlinecommunities have been a fundamental element of open source culturefor years, and they are now becoming an integral part of the dailylives of more people every day. New people are joining andparticipating in online communities in everything from open sourceprojects like Firefox to social networking sites like MySpace andLinkedIn. This session will offer guidance on how to create asuccessful community in the form of 5 minute lightning talks from agroup of experts on the following topics:


  • Introductory remarks: Danese Cooper, Intel and Open SourceInitiative
  • Benefits of having a community: Zaheda Bhorat, Google
  • Corporate communities: Josh Bancroft, Intel
  • Using Collaboration tools: Karl Fogel, CollabNet
  • Leading a community and creating a community culture: GeirMagnusson, Intel and Apache
  • Concerns and challenges: Zak Greant
  • TheCharacter of Intentional Communities: Mitchell Baker, MozillaCorporation
  • Impact of web 2.0 on communities: Dawn Foster, Intel
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