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TWiki Meet-Ups

TWiki meetups happen around the world to foster knowledge sharing and exchange ideas on how TWiki can be used effectively at the workplace. The meetups are geared towards wiki champions and TWiki users -- face to face meetings can be very inspiring and helpful!

TWiki user meetups are very informal, just meet other TWiki champions, have a beer (or orange juice), chat about what you do with TWiki and get inspired! Let's start meetups around the world -- if you feel like meeting other TWiki-holics is a good idea then simply go for it and invite them for a local meet-up in a conference room, a pub, in your living room, or wherever you like. For example, the TWiki meetups in the Silicon Valley take place yearly in a conference room of a company using TWiki; users present/demo 15 min each how they are using TWiki at work, followed by free form discussions with food and wine.

Let's strengthen our TWiki community by inviting wiki users and wiki champions to participate in our activities!

Meet-up Coordination & Calendar

TWiki Meet-Ups are coordinated in meetup topics on twiki.org (below), as well as at:

Meetup in DateSorted descending Venue Meetup RSVP
New York 2013-04-19 05:30pm Bacaro, New York, NY twiki.org, meetup.com
Hong Kong 2012-07-16 07:00pm City University of Hong Kong, P7819 Academic Building 1, Hong Kong twiki.org
Silicon Valley 2012-05-05 11:30am Hong Kong Saigon Seafood, Sunnyvale, CA TWiki.org, Facebook, meetup.com - details
Silicon Valley 2011-10-06 05:00pm CMU Silicon Valley, NASA Ames, CA N/A
Silicon Valley 2009-11-04 05:30pm Mocana, 350 Sansome St, San Francisco, CA N/A
Denmark 2008-09-16 17:00 TBD twiki.org
Zurich 2008-06-26 17:30 ETH Zurich IFW Blg, Room D42, Zurich twiki.org, meetup.com, Facebook
Moscow 2008-06-21 15:00 Moscow, some place easy to get to twiki.org
Silicon Valley 2008-05-16 05:30pm Plug and Play Tech Center, Sunnyvale, CA N/A
Holland 2008-04-25 13:00 Delft, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, TuDelft, room A2.100 twiki.org
Hamburg 2008-03-31 19:00 Schanzenkaffee - Bartelsstr. 12 N/A
Europe 2008-02-23/24 FOSDEM´08, Brussels, Belgium N/A
Silicon Valley 2008-02-15 05:30pm Yahoo Inc., Sunnyvale, CA N/A
Holland 2008-01-25 17:00 Amsterdam, UvA - media faculty (door open 16:00) N/A
Denmark 2008-01-17 17:00 At Symbion conference N/A
Silicon Valley 2007-11-29 05:30pm Plug and Play Tech Center, Sunnyvale, CA N/A
Berlin 2007-11-07 4:00 PM Web Expo 2.0 Berlin, Berlin Messe Expo Floor private room N/A

Regional TWiki User Meet-Ups

Create new Regional TWiki User Meet-Up

We invite you to create a local TWiki user meet-up in your area. This is a great way to mingle with wiki aficionados and to learn from each other what does/does not work when deploying a wiki at work. Invite people in your area, and ask them to possibly present how they are using TWiki.

Regional TWiki User Mailing Lists

-- Contributors: CarloSchulz, PeterThoeny - 27 Apr 2009


I do not like the idea of organizing this on a different website. I have to create an extra account, check out yet another website and so on. Why not doing this here on twiki.org? I just realized that Rod will be at the web 2.0 expo in Berlin but I completly missed this info here on twiki.org. Why? because it's not stated here, it's stated on website that has noting to do with twiki...

  • I posted it on this page on twiki.org on 2007-11-03, the day it was decided. -- PTh

-- CarloSchulz - 05 Nov 2007

Carlo is right, why not just create a new CommentPlugin template or a small TWikiApplication that allows to collect the same meta data as this meetup thingi? If you need the calendar view: Lynnwood could do this as described in HowToIntegrateWeekAndMonthCalendar. wink

Or at least get the dates from that external web site and display them in a nice TWiki table. smile Maybe by using their RSS feed with the HeadlinesPlugin or something.

-- FranzJosefGigler - 05 Nov 2007

(I moved above comments from TWikiMeetupTemplate)

The goal of the TWiki meetups is to get many users involved, also those who are not registered on TWiki.org. Meetup.com has millions of users. I think it makes sense to use it because of the exposure we get; we will be able to attract many more people.

We can make this flexible by enabling people to signup on TWiki.org or on Meetup.com.

-- PeterThoeny - 06 Nov 2007

I agree with Carlo, we don't need another site (R)(TM) to conduct our business do we?

-- KoenMartens - 06 Dec 2007

See my notes at TWikiMeetUpInSiliconValley on 03 Dec 2007 why it makes sense to give people a choice (twiki.org, Facebook or meetup.com.)

-- PeterThoeny - 06 Dec 2007

Has anyone been thinking about a meetup.com TWiki plugin? To sync to or with TWiki.org?

-- SvenDowideit - 05 Feb 2008

I created the TWikiUsersNLMailingList and TWikiUsersSFBayMailingList. Let me know if you would like to have a TWiki user mailing list for your region.

-- PeterThoeny - 16 Mar 2008

In today's KampalaReleaseMeeting2016x07x07 we decided to discontinue the "TWiki Enterprise Collaboration Meetup Group" on Meetup.com. TWiki meet-ups will be announced here on TWiki.org, on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/36864, and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/6281654687/

-- Peter Thoeny - 2016-07-08

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