[OSList] Documents that explain OST beautifully?

Michael M Pannwitz mmpannwitz at gmail.com
Wed Jun 17 05:33:36 PDT 2020

I forgot that there is also a button "Libratry" at
> https://openspaceworld.org/wp2/hho/

And, for the German language folks, very detailed stuff here
> http://www.meine-openspace-praxis.de/index.html

Many samples (invitation to a planning meeting, invitation to an event, 
invitation to a Next Meeting, lengths of os events, cost for an event, 
and various templates)

In Germany there is no need for a Library since there is a gorgeous book 
on OST. It contains everything. And if you are looking for something you 
need and you dont find it in that book you definitely will not need it.

Of course, there is new stuff since corona regarding the technology of 
online events and on that there appears to be a plethora of stuff...


Am 17.06.2020 um 14:10 schrieb Michael M Pannwitz:
> Dear Lucas,
> as far as I know we dont have a small library.
> However, there is a huge library here
>> https://openspaceworld.org/wp2/explore/
> Also, none of it is copyrighted or trademarked.
> And a final note: Fashioning ones own "explanatione/description/..." is 
> a great exercise for each facilitator to reflect on her stuff or his, of 
> course. Better yet, is to reflect on it every time I use it, improve it, 
> change it and especially shorten it according to our Law of KISS.
> Doing it this was is real selforganised learning. Reading stuff I never 
> "learned" stuff, doing stuff I did and then I write it down and its is 
> gunuine.
> Take care and have a great day
> Greetings from Berlin
> mmp
> Am 16.06.2020 um 22:09 schrieb Lucas Cioffi via OSList:
>> Hi All,
>> If you have a document you use to explain OST to your participants and 
>> if you wouldn't mind other facilitators using it, please share the 
>> link here.  Please also specify what copyright license applies (ie 
>> free to use without attribution, free to use with attribution, etc).
>> If we had a small library of such documents, we could learn from each 
>> other more quickly.
>> Lucas Cioffi
>> Lead Software Engineer, QiqoChat
>> Scarsdale, NY
>> 917-528-1831
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