Last weekend I helped host an Open Data Day in Vancouver. With the generous support of Domain7, who gave us a place to host talks and hack, over 30 Vancouverites braved the sleet and snow to spend the day sharing ideas and working on projects. We had opening comments from Andy Yan – whose may . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Great Hacks from the Open Data in Vancouver
After sharing the idea behind this post with Bruce Schneier, I’ve been encouraged to think a little more about what Werewolf can teach us about trust, security and rational choices in communities that are, or are at risk of, being infiltrated by a threat. I’m not a security expert, but I do spend a lot . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: What Werewolf teaches us about Trust & Security
This is cross-posted from a site my friend Misha Gouberman’s created to explore an idea. We’ve been doing some very light scheming thinking about the following event. What follows is a piece he wrote that I’d love to get thoughts or reactions about from friends in the GTA…
A one-day event for people who work . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Call For Interest: Toronto Negotiation Unconference 2013
The other week I was invited down to the Bay Area Drupal Camp (#BadCamp) to give a talk on community management to a side meeting of the 100 or so core Drupal developers. I gave a hour long version of my OSCON keynote on the Science of Community Management and had a great time engaging what […] . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Making Bug Fixing more Efficient (and pleasant) – This Made Me Smile
Here’s an awesome link to grind home my point from my OSCON keynote on Community Management, particularly the part where I spoke about the importance of managing wait times – the period between when a volunteer/contributor takes and action and when they get feedback on that action.
In my talk I referenced code review wait . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Community Managers: Expectations, Experience and Culture Matter
Virtually all of my blog readers, and for that matter, much of the world, will not know that on August 25 Roger Fisher passed away.
Roger Fisher was a Harvard academic and adviser to presidents and leaders, and perhaps most importantly – because his writings touched so many people – a co-author of Getting To . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Roger Fisher: 1922-2012