Atlassian has provided hundreds of free Confluence licenses to non-profits over the last two years. The good folks at TechSoup contacted us last week to ask us to spread the word about an online event they’re having this week about non-profits and wikis. Here’s more information if you’re interested in participating.
Join us in the TechSoup Community, November 1-3, for a free, three-day online event about wikis, a powerful new collaboration technology that could change the way you work . Visit www.techsoup.org/wikievent
You do not need to register, just show up during the 1st-3rd of November and discuss wikis and how nonprofits can use them
This event will be hosted by Adam Frey of Wikispaces and other wiki experts, users and designers. We will answer questions like:
- What is a wiki?
- How do wikis work?
- How would my nonprofit use one?
- And how do I build or energize a community around my wiki?
You will come away with practical tips, quick tricks, models, resources, and tools for bringing the collaborative technologies of wiki applications to your own organization. Bring your wiki questions and examples with you! We hope to see you there.