VRM Workshop 2008
The first ProjectVRM Workshop (tag pvrmw2008a alternative tag VRMworkshop2008 discuss?) will be hosted by ProjectVRM and the Berkman Center, here at Harvard University, on Monday-Tuesday 14-15 July. The event will go from 9AM to 5:30 on Monday and 8:30-5:30 on Tuesday.
This VRM workshop is posed as the first at which the VRM conversation spins off from incubation from within the IIW Internet Identity Workshops, an outstanding and highly productive workshop that has been happening twice a year since Fall 2005. There is a tradition of "user-generated" conference that Dave Winer began at Harvard with BloggerCon in 2003
FREE REGISTRATION is on EVENTBRITE (opening shortly - you must register to attend so lunch and space can be planned, etc.) Meanwhile, please also consider adding your name to the VRMWorkshop Attendees list.
Attendees (please add your name here if you plan to attend so we can get reservations):
- Keith Hopper
- Iain Henderson
- Doc Searls
Opening VRM 101 (this will be several different people including Doc giving the context and opening)
10:30 - 11:00
Group orientation who is here (we will figure out exactly what we are doing at some later date) some kind of conversation amongst the participants getting people to share something about them why they are here.
Lunch pick up and moving into breakouts
3 or 4 Sessions in the afternoon (we will figure out the exact number and timing once we know the room layout and some other thing like where/how lunch will be served)
No host dinner.
Opening and Agenda Making
3 sessions 12-1
Closing - really covering wall of results, Action Items and a community conversation about what is next for the VRM Project)
(Maybe we only do 2 in the afternoon and have a longer conversation for closing or ending it a bit earlier)
The rest of the conference will have an agenda created live to move the work forward. We see this range of topics being covered (Feel free to suggest topics that you want to discuss or want others to talk about):
- topic 1
- topic 2
- topic 3