[OSList] Open Space World Map

Michael M Pannwitz mmpannwitz at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 03:03:49 PDT 2018

Dear os-workers near and far,

please have a look at the new version of the Open Space World Map
> http://www.openspaceworldmap.org/

Created in 2001 the Map has been around for 17 years now, the latest 
version of it for almost 2 years.

When you open it, you see a few countries in white. That means no 
resident os-workers there and none that have worked there from other 
countries... about two dozen, most of them on the African continent.

The other 144 countries on the map have either resident workers or 
others among us that have been to those countries or both.
If you move your cursor to any of those countries the name of the 
country appears. If there is a number in brackets behind the country 
name it means there are that number of resident os-workers there.
Lets say you go to Australia, you see that there are 8 resident 
os-workers there. Clicking on Australia brings up a list of them... with 
their picture, contact details, webpresence...

You can also see folks from other countries that have worked in 
Australia by clicking on the note at the bottom of the list (Open Space 
workers from other countries who have also worked in Australia (17)).

Exploring the Map and some of the items in the Menu will give you an 
impression of the spread of our "approach" all over the planet with 
presently 454 of us showing themselves... in all their diversity 
manifest in their websites, among other things.

In case you already are part of of the Map, take a look anyhow to see 
whether everything is up to date. The new version provides a 
selfmanageable Content Management System: you can edit to your hearts 

Greetings from Berlin on a crisp and bright winter day... and in case 
you pass through Berlin or anytime you are travelling, get in touch with 
the local Stammtisch conveners... here is the worldwide list, also part 
of the Map (from Vienna to Hong Kong to Reykjavik to Holon to Göteborg 
to Kiev and more) ... in Berlin we often convene "extraordinary 
Stammtische" when os-workers from other parts pass through town, a good 
opportunity to meet some of the 50 resident os workers in Berlin listed 
in the map.
You can see a list of them by entering "Berlin" in the Search field of 
the Menu and here is the link to the Stammtische
> http://www.openspaceworldmap.org/stammtische

Have a great day wherever you are and if you are not part of the Map yet 
feel invited to include yourself to show more of us and our work to the 


Michael M Pannwitz
Draisweg 1, 12209 Berlin, Germany
++49 - 30-772 8000
mmpannwitz at gmail.com

Check out the Open Space World Map presently showing 453 resident Open 
Space Workers in 76 countries working in a total of 144 countries worldwide

Here you find books and task cards on open space, most in German, some 
in English, some as ebooks, some multilingual

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