Gaur eta bihar sormenari buruzko ikastaroaren arduradun Eibarren, UEUren eskutik.
Bihar sormenari buruzko ideiak, bideiak :-) eta bideak zabalduko ditugu buru-mapa hau lagun, eta hemengo zirriborroko ariketa batzuk tartekatuz.
Gaurkoak asko mugitu nau. Lehen aldiz, Open Space Technology formatoa erabili dut gidari gisa. Tresna hori itzela iruditzen zait talde baten sormena bideratzeko.
Atzo ondoko mezu hau bidali nien OSTko zerrendakideei:
I just write some lines to tell you about my first Open Space experiences
that are taking place next days in Eibar and Bilbao:
1. Tomorrow I'll be facilitating an Open Space in Eibar. Some months ago I
proposed "Sormena Espazio
(meaning "Creativity in Open Space") as a day and a half meeting about
creativity, in which we will be opening space tomorrow between 11:00 and
18:00, and this will be the main part of the meeting.
We will be keeping the OS in Basque language and I find it specially
fullfilling being so, as this kind of "avantguard" activity takes seldom
place in this ancestral but less used tongue of our country.
2. The 9th of July I'll be facilitating OS again, this time at home, in
Bilbao. It'll be a one day meeting to find financing alternatives for a
group of about 6 people that run 3 small freeware enterprises that deal with
computer security,... Their projects are facing finance troubles and have
to rethink theim. They should have good alternatives soon as, otherwise,
they would be closing in September.
Regarding this OS, I wonder if opening space in Basque and Spanish language
would work OK and what I should take into account if I did so, something I'm
quite bended towards.
Ours is a diglosic community with everybody knowing Spanish. Around 50% of
potential comers are able to communicate in Basque. Having the space to do
so would be a kind surprise and inspiring for some of them. Having to
express themeselves in Spanish (one more time) would be the expected (and,
sometimes unconsciously, frustrating) thing for some of the comers,...
Besides, myself I'm someone that loves Basque language and doing stuff that
helps it reflourish...
I first knew about OS when I read Tom Atlee's book "The Tao of Democracy"
and it really stroke me. Some ten years have passed since and recently I've
decided to take it on and try it. Harrison's OST book, all these fantastic
people on the list-community ant the site itself are great support to
prepare something that is so much common sense, but so rare these days.
Whatever happens will be the only thing that could have happened, sure :-)!
Eleder Aurtenetxe Pildain
Hurrengo mezu baten jasotako erantzunen berri eta OSTa egin eta geroko inpresioen berri. Oso talde jatorrak osatzen du OSTen e-zerrenda bizi hau. Espazio Irekian interesa duenarentzat, ikasteko toki polita hau ere. Eta bideozaleentzat, beste hau ere.