Free “Open House” Tour of the Wise Democracy Pattern Language Website
Tour Guide: Tom Atlee
This free public event is for anyone interested in learning more about the Wise Democracy Project. It provides an excellent opportunity to rapidly gain familiarity with the ideas behind the wise democracy worldview and the extensive resources offered on the project’s vast website.
During this 90 minute Zoom teleconference call, Tom Atlee – founder of the Wise Democracy Project and primary creator of the wise democracy pattern language – will guide us through the entire WD-PL website, providing clarifying commentary along the way. After that he’ll take 20-30 minutes to address our questions. If a dozen people show up, it will be an intimate affair. If lots of people show up, we’ll have folks write their questions in the videoconference’s chat box and Tom will address themes he sees among them.
This free gathering will be held on Wednesday July 12th from 10am until 11:30am Pacific Time using Zoom videoconferencing. If you have not used Zoom before, you can download the free software for it at Zoom.us.
To participate, register directly at Eventbriteor send an email to email@example.com with “WD-PL Open House” in the subject line. You will receive an instructional invitation on July 11th and then a reminder one hour before the event.
July 18th, 2017
Exploring the Wise Democracy Pattern Language with Tom Atlee and each other
Are you a Wise Democracy Project newsletter subscriber? Have you spent an hour or more exploring the Wise Democracy Pattern Language website? Then you can attend this special free two-hour teleconference call with Tom Atlee on Tuesday July 18th starting at 10am Pacific Time.
(If you who are new to the Wise Democracy Project, take the Introductory Tour on July 12th that will qualify you for the July 18th call.)
This free July 18th call will be limited to 16 participants who have explored the WD-PL website for at least an hour. Each will share wise democracy patterns that they consider important and we will discuss why they might or might not be among the half-dozen most important patterns in this pattern language.
More information about this event and how to register will be contained in the newsletter. If interested, subscribe below.
October 19-21, 2017
Tom Atlee and Martin Rausch invited to submit proposals to: PURPLSOC – Pursuit of Pattern Languages for Social Change
Danube University, Krems, Austria