Yesterday, Dan Cohen tweeted a comment about all the places where THATCamps are springing up, causing me to once again look over the list of past and upcoming THATCamps–almost 50 in total. It really has become a world-wide phenomenon.
All of which caused me to tweet:
Given the global nature of #THATCamp, it’d be cool to design a project to which each thatcamp can contribute a piece over time.
So, being a good follower of instruction, this I now do.
That said, I have no firm suggestions. But to start the gears turning: what hacking/programming-focused project could we do that would allow asynchronous contributions over long spans of time by people who are, more than likely, only dedicating a single session at any given THATCamp thereto?
An hour here, an hour there, here in Paris, there in Canberra, there in New England. . . . What could we build across time and space?
Any and all thoughts welcome!