RecentChangesCamp 2008

Recent Changes Camp LogoI received an email recently inviting me to RecentChangesCamp 2008, which is, from what I have seen a gathering of people into all things wiki.  After one of my wiki-sprites (thanks Alex) did some research, I was able to find information on a previous RCC at RecentChangesCamp 2007 — Portland, Oregon.
Its description is as follows:

RecentChangesCamp was born from the intersection of wiki and OpenSpace – a very wiki-like way of organizing gatherings. A lot of cool people into wiki, community and collaboration will be there – what do you want to talk with them about? Every participant is invited to lead their own sessions; the guideline is to take responsibility for what you love. In addition to general and technical conversations about – and actual coding on – wikis and other software, session topics from past RCCs have covered subjects from art to social organizing to philanthropy, playing a creative conversation game, and individual & group coding practices. See the past conference wikis for more complete lists and session notes.
Anyone and everyone is invited to attend. You will especially enjoy Recent Changes Camp, if you happen to be any of the the following:
* Member of any open wiki community or someone who uses wikis at work, school or in any other context
* Interested in community, action, collaboration, creativity or any other activity in which the self-organizing power of wiki might be helpful
* Interested in the OpenCulture and/or OpenTechnology movements
* Interested in knowledge creation and sharing knowledge
* A generally curious and inquisitive person

It’s scheduled to take place in Palo Alto, California, on May 9-11, 2008. More information can be gathered from their site,
https://rcc2008.blueoxen.net/.
RecentChangesCamp is open to the public. Everyone can attend.
If you’d like us to post your wiki or free culture related event, by all means, send us an email or leave a comment on this post!
Cary Bass, Volunteer Coordinator
 

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I may just have to check this out! 🙂

This is coming up in just a few weeks. I am going and I’m pretty excited! 🙂 If you live in California this should be a must go! Ali S., Founder Prapta.com

i would like to encourage use of wikimedia in tanzania, where i reside. and would also
donate here in tanzania in tshs and i am sure many of my friends would also donate but
in tanzanian shillings…how may we help////