I realize the title of this blog — sorry, I meant blog post — might open itself up to the worst type of misinterpretation (particularly when talking about Las Vegas), so let me start off with a big ol’ clarification…
As Audrey Stevenson published on Tuesday, the Community Lounge (part of the Developer Garage on the SAP TechEd Las Vegas show floor) will host “unconferences” next week. I won’t get into details describing what unconferences are — that’s why I linked to Audrey’s post — but the gist is this: They’re informal meetups that any attendee can schedule in order to discuss a topic of his or her choosing with other attendees who also find the topic interesting.
And by any attendee, I mean any attendee.
Like yours truly.
Yep, I like the unconference idea so much that I’ve decided to do one of my own during TechEd next week — on Thursday, September 26, at 10:00 a.m. Vegas time, to be precise. In fact, you can see my unconference on the schedule in Audrey’s post.
The title is “Open forum to discuss SAP Community with the head of the community.”
I called it that because…I wanted attendees to have an open forum to discuss SAP Community with the head of the community (i.e., me).
OK, not my most creative moment, but you have to admit that at least the unconference title doesn’t leave anything open to misinterpretation.
Anyway…consider this an official invitation to my unconference so we can talk about all things SAP Community at SAP TechEd Las Vegas.
Not free next Thursday at 10:00 a.m.? Not to worry — my team and I will be at the Community Lounge all day Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Come by at your convenience! We’re all looking forward to meeting with our members to discuss SAP Community. We want to hear your feedback, share our perspectives, help you get the most out of your experience, and more.