[TOS] POSSE resources [was: Re: Feedback from your workshop on OSC]

Mel Chua mel at purdue.edu
Tue Sep 25 20:50:06 UTC 2012

Am 21.09.2012 21:52, schrieb Alexandro Colorado:
> Hi, I stumble upon your Workshop: Diving into an open source community
> http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/Workshop:_Diving_into_an_open_source_community
> I am doing a similar training which I have first hand experience as
> well as plenty of documentation. However I am in the phase of giving
> it a structure and would like to see any adjustments and feedback and
> possible material or brainshare you might have.

Hi, Alexandro -- I am copying the Teaching Open Source list as the 
others there have plenty of experience with POSSE (our workshop) as well 
and may have further insights. If you point us to the materials for your 
workshops, we might be able to give feedback.

As it is, you've probably found all our materials already -- most are 
linked from http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/POSSE somehow. 
http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/POSSE_curriculum is the most 
annotated (and still useful to look at, I believe) but the workshop 
schedule has evolved since.

You can see an evolved version of the schedule, along with some 
worksheets, at http://mchua.fedorapeople.org/posse/POSSE-booklet.pdf 
(although it is not annotated). Two additional worksheets are available 
at http://mchua.fedorapeople.org/posse/ninjahood-tools-worksheet.pdf and 

Other things given as handouts but not created specifically for POSSE: 
(by Dave Shein), 
http://sububi.org/2009/07/27/the-busy-students-guide-to-project-blogging/ (by 
Matt Jadud), and 
(by Heidi Ellis) as well as 
(by Mel Chua).

http://teachingopensource.org/index.php/POSSE_articles#Articles and 
http://opensource.com/tags/posse may also be of interest.

Hope this helps. Would love to see any changes you make and any new 
materials you come up with!


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