On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 1:12 AM, Joseph Reagle <joseph.2008@reagle.org> wrote:
On Wednesday, February 23, 2011, Laura Hale wrote:
> RecentChangesCamp 2011 Boston is coming up in March.

I'm looking forward to the Boston RCC and would like to hear discussion about the gender gap. There is a proposed session about gender and motivation [1]. (Though I'm not keen on the perspective of this as being about motivation.)

(I'd also be happy to present preliminary thoughts on my current work [2], but I would prefer to mostly listen, and I know that presentations aren't very unconference-ish.)

RecentChangesCamp has had people do presentations before.  wikiHow has done a few on how they've done community development in 2009 in Portland and 2008 in Palo Alto.  I believe there was a formal presentation about copyright at Palo Alto in 2008.  We had a Power Point presentation about Lonely Planet wiki stuff at 2011 in Canberra that was basically a repeat of something presented at wikiSym.  Totally different audience so it was new for us. :)  If you have a formal presentation, bring it along.  I don't know if they will have screen projectors but it can always be shown on your laptop if you want to show it to people.

Session planning normally happens in opening circle.  If there is a large enough group interested in learning/discussing/presenting almost exclusively about gender related issues on wikis, we can talk to the facilitator and make sure that she knows so a separate track can be run. :)

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