[OSList] Bulletin Board vs. Marketplace
r.jeff.aitken at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 06:28:29 PDT 2020
Interesting exchange. I put a lot of attention on the spaces where
breakouts will happen, and the entire space of the event where butterflies
and bumblebees will do their thing. Like a "manager" of a village market
with its stalls and gathering spaces getting filled by vendors and visitors.
For me, the negotiations of time and space begin at the bulletin board, but
are enacted ongoingly in the open space. So I'm curious now about the
marketplace being considered as the shaping of the board (the menu) and
maybe less as the enacting of the space (the meal.)
Good learning always.
On Mon, Apr 27, 2020, 6:01 AM Bhavesh Patel via OSList <
oslist at lists.openspacetech.org> wrote:
> I am not sure if I got your point and:
> - For me the Bulletin Board is where people stick their ideas, and
> also select a time and place.
> - For me the Marketplace contains the Bulletin Board and is also where
> people discuss, start moving around, start discussing whether topics should
> be merged or not, where they start checking out what has been named
> already, etc.
> - So the Marketplace is the container that holds the space for all
> that happens including the Bulletin Board until people decide to go to
> sessions or somewhere else... and then the Marketplace remains open as
> people come and go until...
> On Mon, 27 Apr 2020 at 02:31, 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,
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