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  • Open Science

    An interesting presentation about Book Sprints by Dr Martin Mehlberg. It is great to see more people learning about the process.  Relevant materials starts 28 minutes into the video.

  • Experimental Labs Book Sprint

    The first week ever we have two Book Sprints running at once – one in Nice, France, and one at Stratford on Avon, UK. The UK Book Sprint is about experimental labs, what their purposes and principles are and how ... read more

  • Anne Gentle on the OpenStack Book Sprint

    from http://programming.oreilly.com/2014/05/the-book-sprint.html The book sprint Not just for code anymore by Anne Gentle May 1, 2014 Do you really want a technical book for your project? Does your community need to provide more helpful docs to support even more users? Does your ... read more

  • Now in print: O’Reilly OpenStack Operations Guide

    The OpenStack Operations Guide is the first Book Sprinted book published by a major Publisher. The Book Sprint was facilitated by Adam Hyde in 2013. Taken from http://opensource.com/business/14/4/oreilly-openstack-operations-guide Now in print: O’Reilly OpenStack Operations Guide Posted 29 Apr 2014 by Jason Baker (Red ... read more

  • Book Sprint on Social Innovation Labs

    Next week (May 5) we have two Book Sprints running concurrently. The 5th in the Book Sprints for ICT Research series and a Book Sprint on Social Innovation Labs. The following is about the Labs Book Sprint (taken from http://www.kennisland.nl/filter/nieuws/kennisland-contributes-to-booksprint-on-social-innovation-labs) KENNISLAND ... read more

  • News on Open Oil

    Some recently found articles about the 2012 OpenOil Book Sprint. http://green.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/12/05/fighting-the-resource-curse/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0 http://www.oilinuganda.org/features/governance/booksprint-sets-out-to-demystify-oil-contracts.html https://netzpolitik.org/2012/openoil-projekt-fur-mehr-transparenz-in-der-ol-industrie/ http://loomnie.com/2012/11/15/oil-contracts-how-to-read-and-understand-them/ http://energylawtaiwan.wordpress.com/2012/11/13 http://taxjustice.blogspot.de/2012/11/oil-contracts-how-to-read-and.html http://creative-destruction.me/2012/11/06/here-is-to-a-book-that-did-not-exist-a-week-ago-how-to-understand-an-oil-contract/ http://www.pipelinedreams.org/2012/10/new-resource-and-a-bit-of-self-promotion/ http://thinkafricapress.com/legal/openoil-informing-nation-oil-contracts-demystified http://blog.goethe.de/rueckeroberung/index.php?archives/20-English.html&serendipity%5Blang_selected%5D=en http://satzgrund.de/2012/11/15/openoil-mehr-transparenz-fur-die-bevolkerung/ [no longer online] http://eiti.org/blog/musings-mining-contracts-booksprint http://futurechallenges.org/local/searchlight/informing-the-people-oil-contracts-demystified/

  • PubSweet Enters the Game

    We have been developing a new platform for the rapid and collaborative development of books. Its called ‘PubSweet’ and will be released under an Open Source license shortly. It is a very lightweight framework for online book development and is ... read more

  • News Articles (etc) on Book Sprints

    The following are some links to news items, journal articles etc on Book Sprints and/or Adam Hyde (founder of Book Sprints) that have appeared over the years. In no particular order. The Digital Book, contributions to a discussion (2014) University ... read more