21 July 2008: OSS Watch expert workshop on profiling communities, Oxford

Speaking at the Expert Workshop on Profiling Communities on Open Source Social Networking Services and and Educational Communities, with an overview of the current state of Open Source social networking platforms and tools. This invitation only workshop was designed to assist OSS Watch in their strategic planning of activities for the next two years.

OSS Watch is the National Advisory Service on open source for UK Further Education (FE) and Higher Education (HE). It is part of their remit to help FE and HE institutions and projects who want to engage with open source development, and a key factor in that is the development of open source communities.

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