About 18 months ago, in another thread, Dickon wrote:
"Conference?: This leads me to suggest that one way forward would be to think about that old fashioned idea of getting people together to share how they are using TS... I am not so interested in the technical development (though am in awe of you who do it!) but I would like to hear narratives of how other people are using their spaces and the various things that this-being-TS (rather than some other blogging space) allows them to do this. I suppose I would suggest a small conference - get some people together who can talk about how they are using TS - why they are using TS and not something else out there.
I agree that this be a good idea. I don't know if it should be TW5 or Classic, or if it matters. I've not made the leap to TW5 (I'm a tiddlyspace user), so I think I'm partial to TW Classic, but I could be convinced otherwise.
I imagine a small group of users, perhaps gathered digitally, but ideally face-to-face, maybe 10-15 attendees, to share what we've been doing. I've been using tiddly* (mostly, tiddlyspace) as a platform to support teaching & learning (the "SUNYIT users" in tiddlyspace), and would love to share in understanding what others are doing. Forcing ourselves to gather our findings in a presentation space might enable us to learn from each other. And this moment in time (especially with the uncertainty in the tiddlyspace world) might be opportune.
Anyone interested? If I get 3-4 responses here, I'll initiate a broader discussion when we can start talking about timing and location. One motivating factor for me: a looming deadline for small-grant submission (May 15) that I'd hope to use to fund my participation & travel.
SUNY Institute of Technology
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