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A recent paper published by CETIS. Abstract below, the full paper is here: http://publications.cetis.ac.uk/2013/764 Its a very good article except that it makes one small factual error. Book Sprints were not inspired by Agile programming methods. The methodology was largely … Continue reading
Panel on the Open Stack Book Sprint held at the 2013 Open Stack Summit.
There will be a workshop on collaborative book production at the Supermarkt, Berlin May 22 (1500). Adam Hyde will present remotely and in brief about Book Sprints and the general approach to collaborative book production. http://www.supermarkt-berlin.net/en/content/diy-masterclass-writing-publishing-open-source-books
Washington DC, June 10-14, facilitated by Adam Hyde. From the Open Contracting brief: Currently there is no comprehensive how-to guide to collaborative, participation in public contracting processes – one of the key components of Open Contracting. Open Contracting truly comes … Continue reading
Still to be confirmed but it looks like there will be a Book Sprint on Hardening Open Stack in the last week of June facilitated by Adam Hyde.
Adam Hyde will be presenting about the future of publishing and Book Sprints at the 2013 The Göteborg Book Fair. The dates are to be confirmed for the presentation but the fair is Sept 26-29.
There will be a Book Sprint for the World Bank in Washington June 10-14. Facilitated by Adam Hyde. Details forthcoming.
Recent presentation at Iannotate in San Francisco by Adam Hyde.
Taken from http://blog.safaribooksonline.com/2013/04/25/bleeding-edge-press-benefits-from-mini-book-sprints/ Posted on April 25, 2013 by Safari Books Online Bleeding Edge Press, a publisher of short ebooks and videos, focuses on early or hot topics that ride the pulse of the developer community. Moving quickly through development, and tapping into decades … Continue reading
Tomorrow Book Sprints will be presented by Adam Hyde at the I Annotate event in San Francisco. The presentation will focus on the need to maintain analog annotation systems in Book Sprints and the difficulties for digital annotation in a … Continue reading
The UvA have hosted a short trial Book Sprint. This was designed to see how the methodology would work in the classroom. Dr Michael Dieter was facilitating with coaching from Adam Hyde.There will be more detail about this from Dr … Continue reading
The OpenStack Book Sprint is over and the book is done. The OpenStack foundation will release it on Monday and then promote it in the run up to the OpenStack conference in April. From the blurb: “The book you hold … Continue reading
We are into day 3 of the OpenStack Book Sprint in Austin, Texas. We are working from Rackspace, the founding organisation (with NASA) for OpenStack. Open Stack is an open source cloud management suite and we have 6 top experts present … Continue reading
Today at Transmediale 2013 festival in Berlin the results of the ‘Imaginary Museum’ Book Sprint was released as part of the exhibition book. The 12000 word ‘book within a book’ was produced in 3 day Book Sprint in Berlin in … Continue reading
There is a Book Sprint scheduled for February 25 – March 1 in Austin Texas (USA). The Book Sprint has been organised by Anne Gentle, a very experienced Technical Writer, and facilitated by Adam Hyde. 6 Open Stack experts will be flying in from … Continue reading