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Peter Sundman & Ferdinand Wolf will raise the Wiki idea with the EBTA Board

Peter’s group in Helsinki will discuss links with Spinoza and Pragmatism at their August meeting

Kirsten Dierolf is editing a Journal of SF

Kirsten is thinking about writing an article on Harré’s work and its connections with SF

Hans-Peter Korn will offer SF material to the German Wiki

Hans-Peter and Mark McKergow are both in contact with Agile Software

Hans-Peter is attending the upcoming conference in Switzerland on management applications of SF

Carey Glass will contact local business schools and universities offering dialogue

Mark McKergow is meeting Paul Cilliers soon

Gűnter Lueger will attend the von Foerster Society and see what happens

Ferdinand will connect with the Wittgenstein Society in Vienna

Gale Miller will e-mail the Loughborough Group proposing a dialogue

Wolfgang Gaiswinkler will include reference t the Meta-Thing in an article he’s writing

Sabine Indinger will think about what the work of Viktor Frankl could offer management practice and its relevance to SF

Jenny Clarke will offer a first draft of an SF Manifesto

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Concerning:
Hans-Peter Korn will offer SF material to the German Wiki
there is a draft ready and waiting for improvements here:
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benutzer:H-p-korn/L%C3%B6sungsfokussie...

Please make improvements!!
Concerning this:
Hans-Peter and Mark McKergow are both in contact with Agile Software

I myself have more and more contacts in the "Swiss & German" community, especially with "scrum-ies" which is one of the "agile subcultures".
On July 11, for example, I will attend a one-day-scum-meeting in Munich (http://scrumaufdeutsch.pbwiki.com/contributions0807)

And in Zürich each month a "scrum breakfast" is organized. I attended the last one - and there was a splendid workshop with Stuard Read. He presented the "Guidewire Case". See: http://solworld.ning.com/xn/detail/2102269:Comment:3081
and
http://solworld.ning.com/xn/detail/2102269:Comment:4076
They are doing scrum in the whole company. Very interesting!
Concerning this:
Hans-Peter is attending the upcoming conference in Switzerland on management applications of SF

The congress was a great success - more than 100 persons attended!
Here are some details:
http://www.nla-schweiz.ch/Download/nla_Kongress_08.pdf

Now detailled documents from that congress are edited to publish the in the internet in July 2008.

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SOLWorld Resources

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