Only introduced yesterday the new “Free Coworking” Skill Sharing Tool already attracted Coworkers from France, China, Kenya, Sweden, Switzerland and Germany. Consisting of an Input and Output form, Coworkers can indicate which Skills/Projects they like to offer to others in the group and which skills they like to attract or require to accomplish their work. The tool is completely open, free and does not require any registration. Just enter your data in the Input Form, and refer to the Output form to sort the information provided in the spreadsheet format. The tool is based on GoogleDocs. With the Help & Development Page provided, it is open for development and improvement by everyone interested. Most coworkers or cultural creatives believe they are alone (see film), so this Free Coworking Skill Sharing Tool is an excellent way to make yourself visible and to strengthen the community by becoming part of it. Every entry counts and makes the tool more valuable for everyone involved. Join and spread the word for “Free Coworking“!
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We are very happy to announce further improvements for the “Free Coworking” Skill Sharing Tool now consisting of an input form and an output form. The new features presented today are: the Help & Development page and the “Invite Project Members” option. With this new “Help & Development page” we now have a central document that covers a variety of topics. Ranging from general aspects of editing and support, to documenting all aspects of development of the whole tool. We can now list the individual features that we introduced as well as giving you an opportunity to engage in the development process.
The output and development of the “Free Coworking” Skill Sharing Tool already proves to be something very beneficial and productive. Yesterday Willi Schroll and I collaborated to improve on the Facebook Document and the Piratepad initially launched. We currently have a GoogleDocs solution with an input page and an output page. We like to invite your feedback to the current solution and ideas & suggestions for further development.
Things that are practical, are easy to explain. To explain why “Free Coworking” gathers “Social Capital” is not quite as easy to explain. Therefore I like to suggest something practical and beneficial for everybody: “Skill Sharing”. You say which skills you currently have and which skills you currently require for your work. I am setting up a simple list in our Facebook Group which should hopefully become an open database soon. The content of the list: 5 elements. Name, City, Contact, Skills offered, Skills required! A simple example – Name: Felix Schürholz, City: Munich (Germany), Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or Facebook, Skills offered: Blogging, Creativity & Coaching, Skills required: Graphic Design, Programming
Eine Münchner Coworking Institution lebt wieder auf: Der Coworking Business Lunch. Nachdem 2010 sieben sehr kurzweilige und produktive Lunches im Zoozies stattfanden, geht der Business Lunch 2011 in die zweite Runde. Auftakt ist am Mittwoch, den 30. November 2011, natürlich wieder im Zoozies. Neben der Geschäftsanbahnung, soll diesmal tatsächlich der private Aspekt im Vordergrund stehen. Ein klassisches Powerdating (6 Frauen, 6 Männer) zur Team- und vielleicht auch Pärchenbildung :-) Who knows. Massimo Carraro hat Coworking einmal “Organized Promiscuity” genannt. Schaun mer mal…, was die Münchner daraus machen ;-)