Articles tagged with 'expectnation'
Celebrating the successful use of Expectnation at Web 2.0 Expo
We've switched on personal schedule sharing on the OSCON web site.
I couldn't make it to RailsConf this year, but have been playing my part from afar.
Back from my travels, it's time for a few updates. I've mostly blogged about these elsewhere, so I'll just give some pointers here.
My next two jaunts; Dublin for XTech and San Francisco for Where 2.0
Stephanie Booth's Going Solo conference, coming up in May this year in Lausanne, is aimed at freelancers and self-employed people in the internet industry.
The guilty catch-up obligatory before continuing to blog further.
Asking for too much information from users is a barrier to participation. So, we invented a way to make sure that users only get asked for as much as we need to know.
Discussing how Expectnation can be made even more useful to ad-hoc conferences.
For the last 18 months, I've been hard at work with Expectnation. Now it's live!
Simple visualisation to help conference organizers.
News of the XTech browser summit and personal scheduler.
A brief survey of XTech voting patterns as illustrated by sparklines.
Two useful new additions to the Expectnation conference system: decentralized identity support and easy ways to integrate the schedule with your calendar
The building of the XTech 2007 schedule.
Douglas Adams may have loved the sound of them as they whooshed by, but a conference organizer can't live without them.
I've just published the call for participation for XTech 2007. Hurry there now and get involved!