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#OSOS2015 Media Coverage - An Open Harvest Approach

Scoop Editor's Note: Scoop's coverage of the Open Source Society is going to be coordinated on the Scoop Business & Sci-tech Homepage. A full strength Scoop team is at the conference: Bill Bennett (from will be writing some news stories about the conference, Peter Kerr (from, Scoop Editor Alastair Thompson and reporter Jeremy Wilkinson.

The plan is to base our coverage on the Open Harvest approach which is being encouraged by conference organisers. See below the advice which has been provided to attendees.

- Alastair Thompson, 16 April 2014

#OSOS2015 Media Coverage - An Open Harvest Approach

13 APRIL 2015

Welcome to Open Source Open Society!

Bring on a huge 2 days of inspiration, action and learning.

In the spirit of open we’re encouraging everyone to share their thoughts, reflections, photos, tweets and blogs so our content creation team can capture and share all the goodness flowing everywhere!

How can you contribute?

Tweet: Help us drive the hashtag #OSOS2015

Take photos/short videos: Join our open G+ community and upload photos and videos directly.

Blogs, thoughts & reflections: We suggest you use medium to post your thoughts, or if you’d prefer please use your own blogs or websites.
Share links to your written reflections with our curation team:

Private feedback: We’re open to your feedback and suggestions too. If you have feedback and suggestions we’d love them to come to the team via this form

Where are we publishing?

Our content curation team will be working with your contributions via twitter, G+, medium (and whatever else they get!) and using storify to pull together stories from the day.

We’ll also be publishing wider via - stay tuned for announcements there.


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