The Second VRM USt Workshop — now called VRooM Boston 2009 — will be hosted by ProjectVRM and the Berkman Center at Pound Hall at Harvard Law School on Monday-Tuesday 12-13 October, 2009. The event will go from 9AM to 5:30 on both days.
As with earlier workshops, the purpose is to bring people together and make progress on any number of VRM topics and projects. The workshop will be run as an "unconference" on the open space model, which means session topics will be chosen by participants. Here is the Wikipedia page on open space.
In open space there are no speakers or panels -- just participants, gathered to get work done and enjoy doing it. Participation includes contributing to the VRM East Coast Workshop 2009 wiki.
Registration is free. Sign up here.
When & Where
ProjectVRM is a project of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University. It was launched in 2006 by Doc Searls, now an alumnus fellow of the center. Details at http://projectvrm.org.