I tend to be very critical about my own talks and often find them hard to watch without feeling horribly embarrassed. Yet I’m also trying to share out what I’m learning on this community journey. So in that spirit, I wanted to share my talk from the ESHIP Summit 2018 in Kansas City this past July and would be grateful for your feedback how to improve future versions of it.
There are three people that have shaped this talk and that I wanted to thank for their contributions and inspirations. I was planning to thank them during the talk, but then in my nervousness, I got into a flow and forgot to honor them:
- Thank you Jerri Michalski on his work about designing from trust. I learned about the Nupedia example from him and so inspired by his work.
- Thank you my dear friend Michel Bachmann, who told me about the “Entitled to Nothing” story and continues to a huge source of learning for me.
- Thank you to Andy Stoll, organizer of the ESHIP Summit, for his guidance and feedback on my talk!