Here is a sample agenda for a 4-hour program.
This is based on an agenda that was used in Paris, 1 July 2010.
0:00 Doors open
0:30 Opening Circle (Facilitation Notes)
- Go round
- Participants introduce themselves: their name, where they're from, and 1 word to describe their attitude
- Short welcome from 1 or 2 event organizers (3-5 minutes)
- Agenda Overview
- Logistics Overview
1:00: Interactive Plenary: Spectrogram (Facilitation Notes)
This session will be highly collaborative opportunity to invite participants to share their views on the open Web, and on related topics. Be prepared to share your opinions and support them, or ask a question and let the others confront their own impressions.
2:00 Projects in the Round - SpeedGeeking (Facilitation Notes)
Participants will share and discover projects of the Open Web through a quick format and interactive, "speedgeek" sessions swift project, inspired by the "speed dating". Each "speedgeek" will be three minutes, and participants make rounds among the tables of each presenter. The projects to be presented are:
3:00 Collaborative Sessions (Facilitation Notes)
These sessions allow participants to go further on a range of topics related to the open web. The facilitators of the sessions will explain briefly the course of each session. Then each participant may choose to join the various sessions.
4:00 Project Brainstorm : And now what do we do? (Next action steps?) (Facilitation Notes)
Participants are invited to reflect on this evening they spent together and discuss how best to continue this cooperation on the open web.
4:30 Closing Circle (Facilitation Notes) This will be the time to say "thank you" and "goodbye", and continue on the social meeting.
4:45 Post-event socializing