[OSList] OSList Digest, Vol 92, Issue 5
chris.corrigan at gmail.com
Tue Dec 11 09:29:25 PST 2018
I’m truly fine with the wikipedia article. It’s not meant to be a user guide or a piece that validates a particular use of Open Space. It pretty accurately describes the method and it’s history and points the reader to relevant links.
If you want to create the ultimate bookmark to using open space in schools and youth hubs, then the invitation I suppose is the same I would make if we were in an open space meeting together: take responsibility for what you care about. Go ahead and post it somewhere, link to it and let us all know where it is so that it can be found at http://openspaceworld.org/wp2/ <http://openspaceworld.org/wp2/> which is the highest level global website for the community of practice.
If you want to edit the wikipedia page, you can go ahead and do that as well, but unlike Open Space, that will subject to the discussion and debate of a community of editors, and you don’t always get what you want there.
> On Dec 5, 2018, at 8:49 AM, christopher macrae <chris.macrae at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> dear chris and friends - the current wikipedia starts open space like this
> Open Space Technology (OST) is a method for organizing and running a meeting or multi-day conference, where participants have been invited in order to focus on a specific, important task or purpose. OST is a participant-driven process whose agenda is created by people attending. At the end of each OST meeting, a document is created summarizing the work of the group. The OST method is based upon work, beginning in the 1980s, by Owen Harrison. It was one of the top ten organization development <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Organization_development> tools cited between 2004 and 2013.Open Space Technology <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_Space_Technology#cite_note-OD-1>
> what imo is wrong- on a quick read that millennials do
> the last sentence makes it sound as if open space is past -"it was: ...
> today pretty much every western city with youth in it has hubs that think they do hackathons and open spaces but they have diluted (and have sponsors vested interests)-
> the average hub practice has lost what i feel makes open space system transforming -often the resident hosts don't even know how much has been lost
> I dont have the talents to be a great open space facilitator but ever since first meeting harrison i have felt that the only way to save schools from the livelihood destruction nightmare they have become in the west is to free pre-adolescents with experience of real open space -once a child has co-created in open space they can take that with them - the empowerment that they can co-create, be community builders etc
> I suppose whats on wikipedia is a lost game- what i would like is the ultimate bookmark to carry on trying to get schools to free kids to host open space
> for reasons that may be peculiar to me my test of a perfect bookmark is can i get chinese friends to understand it - fortunately harrison's open space method is very well respected in china- ironically what we now need is the chinese to translate open space practice (catalogue living examples they scale across a fifth of the world's people) back into english ! -sorry just my naughty cents worth from a washington dc that is pretty scarily closed in 99% of policy meetings as well as schooling
> chris.macrae at yahoo.co.uk www.valuetrue.com <http://www.valuetrue.com/> www.womenuni.com <http://www.womenuni.com/>
> From: Chris Corrigan <chris.corrigan at gmail.com>
> To: World wide Open Space Technology email list <oslist at lists.openspacetech.org>
> Cc: Kaarel Vaidla <kvaidla at wikimedia.org>; Bhavesh Patel <bhavmail at gmail.com>; chris.macrae at yahoo.co.uk
> Sent: Wednesday, 5 December 2018, 11:17
> Subject: Re: [OSList] OSList Digest, Vol 92, Issue 5
> I’m not clear on exactly what is wrong with the Wikipedia article. It seems fine to me, such as it is. But I realize I’m not seeing what others are seeing.
> Part of editing well is to identify specifics that need to be changed and pointing to good sources that support the change.
> Are there particular thing s that stand out for you?
> CHRIS CORRIGAN
> www.chriscorrigan.com <http://www.chriscorrigan.com/>
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