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WineCampBrainstorming

Page history last edited by Gregoire Japiot 14 years, 3 months ago

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The password is c4mp.

 

 

Brainstorming phase

 

WineCampFrance will be the second winecamp, and, as a second, it has to deal with the identity of the-1st-after-the-1st... So:

 

1. All the feedback, ideas and "lessons learnt" from the winecampers who were at the Ferriere vineyard are welcome!

How all that bricks contribute to the success of winecamp:

  • one day without computers
  • camping far from the city
  • wifi in a winery
  • music band
  • swiming at the Natural Bridges
  • yoga
  • drinking good wine

 

 

 

2. We need to enlighten all the interesting first seeds that need a steady through the gazillion upcoming winecamp all other the world.

How can we progress step by step?

Which logical sessions need to be proposed for the next winecamp in order to go farther with these ideas?

See WineCampCalaveras

 

 

3. Which complementary features could be added for improving winecamp?

 

  • I'm specially interested in shaping a fundraising tool around winecamp for funding technological open source tools for NPOs, and, why not, open source tools for winemakers. Let's drop your ideas on WineCampFundraising.

 

4. How to optimize the transversal collaborations?

The next winecamp, WineCampFrance, will take place in an other country, another continent.

We have to deal with all the difficulties from the Babel heritage (language and culture), but, most of all, with this amazing potential of collaboration and uplift that comes from the cultural mix of like minded communities.

See WineCampFrance for a concrete exemple of problems and potential of a multi-lingual/cultural collaboration

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