Out and about in October

17 October 2010, 18:57

The tail of October is shaping up to be busy for me. Apparently having an intimate understanding of the workings of Wikipedia, and being willing to speak about it, is a valuable thing.

Next week (Friday 22nd) I will be speaking at a SHARISM’ conference in Shanghai, which is pretty cool. (Squee!) One of the main event sponsors is Mozilla’s Drumbeat, which seems appropriate – it’s kind of free software, free culture, open web. Ish. I’m not sure what kind of audience it will attract, but I’m really looking forward to it.

Then on Wednesday 27th I’ll be taking part in a panel discussion on “Collective Intelligence, The Wisdom of the Crowd” (Facebook, Meetup) organised by Girl Geek Dinners Melbourne (or, more accurately, our new overlord leader Jes Lowry).

And LCA regos are open! The programme is already up which is great. So much time to change my mind about Bdale vs shiny visualisations vs machine learning vs extracting requirements from flame wars...!

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