[OSList] Bulletin Board vs. Marketplace

Jeff Aitken r.jeff.aitken at gmail.com
Sun Apr 26 16:39:31 PDT 2020

Hi Marc. For me the marketplace is the marketplace - the spaces where
breakout offerings are taking place and people are moving from spot to
spot. Like we do in a long standing village marketplace.

The bulletin board is the spot where items are posted and spaces/times are
negotiated - so we can find the spots in the marketplace where our favorite
vendors are offering their delights and conundrums.

Curious how others hold this.

Telegraph Hill, San Francisco

On Sun, Apr 26, 2020, 4:31 PM Marc C. Trudeau via OSList <
oslist at lists.openspacetech.org> wrote:

> Hi, All! Hope you and yours are well and coping effectively with the
> current crisis.
> I very much enjoyed Barry’s mantra in the opening circle at WOSonOS,
> “Circle, Breath, Bulletin Board, Marketplace.” It led me to do some reading
> about OST, and I noticed Bulletin Board and Marketplace broken out as
> separate elements, but in every Open Space I’ve attended, they’re kind of
> one thing, since Conveners post their ideas in a time and space
> immediately. I can see an advantage to the group knowing all the nominated
> topics prior to starting to schedule them; have others tried this and found
> this distinction unnecessary or even unhelpful?
> Thanks, and be well,
> Marc
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