ecoCamp@World

All the discussions of ecoCampLondon will be collected in a document called ecoCamp@World.

When we run ecoCamp in Italy we did it by asking the promoter of the session to fill in a template summarizing the conclusions.

As we are a BarCamp and we want to give a Web 2.0 flavour to the event we decided to use Twitter to do that.

We will use LiveTwitting.com

How does it work?

– Every attendee needs to follow either @livetwitting or @livet
– There are very simple commands to learn

FUNCTION COMMAND
To start livetwitting d livetwitting ON Name or ID of Conference # Session Title

Example: d livetwitting ON BlogWorld 2008 # Keynote
Example: d livetwitting ON 25 # Keynote

To record your notes Just type away! Every status update will be recorded until you turn it off.
You can send direct messages (d livetwitting your notes) if you don’t want
to share your livetwitting with your followers.
To mark a segment with a Topic name (optional) d livetwitting TOPIC Name of Topic
To mark a speaker (optional) d livetwitting SPEAKER Speaker’s Name
To mark a Question & Answer segment (optional) d livetwitting QA
To pause recording (i.e. to say hi to someone else) d livetwitting PAUSE
To resume recording (after a pause command) d livetwitting RESUME
To end livetwitting d livetwitting OFF

We will give a Twitter name to each session so it will be very easy for you to tag it appropriately.

If you already use twitter during events this will be very easy for you. If not start exploring it right now and get ready for the event. We are here, so shout if you are not sure about how to use it.

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