So on the 28th of July (2 days after the NZ Koha users group meeting). I will be presenting at the Wellington SLIS group meeting.
SLIS provides a forum for networking and exchange of professional information for those with an interest in Special Libraries in the Wellington Region. We aim to hold up to 11 open meetings each year, and to facilitate professional development of members through special events as appropriate
I’m going to be speaking about the similarities between the consensus building approach to making decisions as seen in Marae based Hui, and participating in a Free Software project. I think it should be pretty interesting, of course I’m biased 🙂
- Date: Thursday 28th of July 2011
- Time: 12.30-1.30pm
- Venue: The Treasury, 1 The Terrace. When you arrive, take the elevator and report to Reception on Level 5
- Cost: $5 for SLIS members, $8 for non-members
This session will be filmed and made available for non-Wellington based members.
People do need to RSVP, so if you want to do so, leave a comment and Ill get you the email address to RSVP to.