Open Source Religious Resources Planning Meeting
28 January 2006
Please note that, with the exception of breaks and lunch, these times are flexible and we will do our best to support the flow of our conversation as it occurs.
||Continental breakfast available in Northwestern Hall conference room
||Meeting commences with a round of introductions
||What is this project all about, anyway? An introduction to open source theory in the context of religious communities
||Brainstorming, part one: types of materials (media formats, educational pieces vs. hymns, etc.)
||Brainstorming, part two: labels -- categories for finding materials (via lectionary text, via liturgical year, via ???)
||Lunch in the Olsen Campus Center
||General discussion: what do you think so far? What challenges will we face moving forward?
||Brainstorming, part three: whom should we network with? Who are the “creators” of this material, and how will we find them? Who would be good “reviewers” and how will we find them?
||Going forward from here: how do you want to stay involved? How shall we publicize the request for proposals?
||Dinner at CafΔ Biaggio