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Bet you didn't get very good odds on that bet :)
I think we'd definitely consider an unconference format for future worxshops. This was just the beginning really. My vision is we'll probably end up with a fairly advanced authoring community and I'd like to be able to get that group together so people like yourself can share at a common level of expertise.
There's no rules for how these evolve, but I very much hope we'll be pushing boundaries both in terms of how learning is created and shared, and how we meet with our community. It's like we said yesterday, no point talking about some of this stuff only to hold the same traditional style of events!
Hi @kategraham23 , I had a little bet with myself that you'd be the first to comment ;-)
I agree that the mixture of experience brought a lot the to the event, but I wonder if in time that novely will wear off (as it has with me and the eLN events?)
I was also thinking about how much 'sharing' there was going on and I wonder if you would consider an 'unconference' format to allow attendees to share more within a protected period of time as opposed to within the 'chat' sections of 'another' session?
Thanks for coming along Craig and being part of a great day. I'm glad you were able to take something away given all your experience. There was a real mix of 'newbies' like Hayley and practitioners like yourself in the end, but that added a lot of value to some of the discussions and sessions I think. Sharing best practice is so important and there was a lot of that yesterday. And thanks for letting me use you as an example in my session too :)