Paula Graham explored the "fit" between technology activists and VCS's. http://hs.technologyandsocialaction.org/hotseat-6
Hannah Beardon explored Power and Participation http://hs.technologyandsocialaction.org/node/174
Marc Osten asked Will Web 2.0 be the toolset we need to change the world? http://hs.technologyandsocialaction.org/hotseat-4
In the book "Here Comes Everyone" Clay Shirky claims that Web 2.0 gives us, for the first time in history, the tools we need to change the world. Marc Osten (www.summitcollaborative.com) our next hotseat host, asks us whether in fact this leads us yet again down a dangerous road to social inaction and ineffectiveness.
Join in this hot seat discussion at http://hs.technologyandsocialaction.org/hotseat-4
Alan is opening our hotseat season with a challenge for us to explore how we
can protect and extend the gains we've made with open software.
To contribute and see it in its full glory, you'll need to log into our
PRADSA website. http://www.technologyandsocialaction.org/
If you've forgotten you password, just select the change your password here.
Unless you've created your own account, your login will be your first name
Clodagh Miskelly and Steve Walker have evaluated projects in very different contexts. Come and join in the conversation at
OK .. rough notes on work in progress of the hot seat software ... basically so I can remember how to do it again.
There are quite a lot of settings to get right. Some through drupal, others on a shell on the webserver ( or however you mod the files on there )
Its work in progress but at this date can be found at http://hs.technologyandsocialaction.org