Archive › January, 2009

The Train Keeps On Rolling

Hello everyone! Firstly, I just want to say a huge thank you to you all for your continued support of the Art Of Community. We are seeing some fantastic interest in the project and I am really happy to see that our own community here is growing so well. We already have hundreds of unique […]

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Leslie Hawthorn (Google) Shares Her Thoughts

I am delighted to announce a good friend who is contributing some further thoughts to the book is Leslie Hawthorn, the Program Manager for Google’s Open Source Programs Office, where she’s the Community Manager for the Google Summer of Code community. Leslie has already sent me her thoughts and I am looking forward to merging […]

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Inspiring Communities

As I continue work on the Art Of Community, I am providing many examples that illustrate the different concepts draped throughout the book. Many of these examples are of inspiring communities that are doing great work, are open and inclusive and have built a sense of passion and belonging in their members. Of course, I […]

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Simon St. Laurent Joins The AoC Team

I just wanted to give you folks an update on a change in the team. Isabel Kunkle who has contributed some incredible edits to Chapters 1-3 is moving onto other things. I am pleased to welcome Simon St. Laurent from O’Reilly as her replacement. Simon St. Laurent is a computer book author and editor living […]

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Joining The Revolution

This post was originally posted at You can read it here Just to let you folks know, I have signed up for with the username jonobacon. I am posting to both and Twitter using the glorious Gwibber, originally from my friend and yours, Ryan Paul.

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