[pp.int.general] Pirate Academy / Workshops
jelena.the.one at gmail.com
Sun Nov 24 03:00:14 CET 2013
I guess open source people would argue about platforms...
so far I used gotowebinar.com for webinars
and what you described, Thijs, is somethng like Hubspot.com -. marketing
school with materials and forum and lead generator and email campaigns
(nudging people to download material - they never mention sale, as we would
never mention political enrollment...)
On Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 3:46 PM, Nicolás Reynolds <fauno at kiwwwi.com.ar>wrote:
> Thijs Markus <thijs.markus at piratenpartij.nl> writes:
> > For a while now I've been walking around with the idea to set up
> > something of a pirate academy.
> > The basic idea is that we put up a livestream with someone giving a
> > workshop regarding an issue, which could be nearly anything, and people
> > can tune in, learn, and ask questions. The content could be nearly
> > anything: how does one campaign effectively? How does wipo actually
> > work? What are the details regarding issue X or Y? There is a lot of
> > information sharing which simply doesn't happen effectively between us
> > as is, and I hope such a format would help foster it.
> > So we make a sort of online college room where we can all tune in and
> > learn these things from those amongst us who can teach the rest of us at
> > a set date. I'm pretty sure everyone here has something to add to our
> > collective understanding.
> > For now, this email is primarily a feeler email: who would be interested
> > here in giving such workshops? Who would like to help me set up the
> > aforementioned infrastructure? Who has an even better idea of how to
> > realise this than the aforementioned online college?
> > Let's get started doing that bit we're allegedly have international
> > co-operation for: sharing knowledge and best practices.
> this would be awesome, at ppar we're already planning some workshops on
> the tools we use regularly, our principles and understanding of local
> laws P)
> we haven't started yet, but we usually record+stream the audio using
> icecast, this can be done from any notebook running free software on a
> home internet connection (aka minimal infrastructure).
> Pirate Parties International - General Talk
> pp.international.general at lists.pirateweb.net
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