This is a listing of things to do for DevelopSpace, in no particular order. Feel free to add items as you come up with them or sign-up for items you're working on.
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- Catalog potential models for DevelopSpace (Added: Pwooster 00:14, 19 March 2007 (EDT), Signed-up: TBD)
- What other organizations are trying to apply open source concepts to other fields of endeavor?
- What techniques are they using, what are the pros and cons of these techniques?
- How were the organizations started, how did they grow, any other relevant experiences for our efforts?
- Graphics design (Added: Pwooster 22:10, 8 March 2007 (EST), Signed-up: TBD)
- The current logo is a place holder, we could use a new one along with general graphics design and branding (this is probably something where having a variety of options to choose from would be good
- Create ~3 Compelling Examples (Added: Pwooster 21:43, 9 March 2007 (EST), Signed-up: Pwooster 21:43, 9 March 2007 (EST))
- Have a few very compelling, well thought out concrete examples of why developspace and open source space development in general is a good idea for use in conversations with new people. I've noticed in my pitching the idea that these could be quite useful once you get past the basic elevator pitch.
- So there is this new book i'm reading called wikinomics: how mass collaboration changes everything. I'm just getting started but it may have the examples (backed by good facts) you need. The cover has lots of obvious (linux, wikipedia) and some not so obvious (InnoCentive (go look it up, its cool) and the human genome project). I think wikipedia and linux, though over used, are the right examples for comples tasks being done for free. Jeremy 21:50, 21 March 2007 (EDT)