Crossposted with Eli Singer.
CaseCamp has launched! With a crowd of 70 out on Tuesday in Toronto and 26 people already signed up for Montreal (awesome work taking point on this Mitch), you can be sure this is the start of something. Thanks to everyone who participated, volunteered and presented.
The next Toronto event will be announced soon, but first, what is CaseCamp going to be about going forward? I think CaseCamp’s value is as an open and independent forum. Our challenge is finding the best ways to nurture those discussions for the overall benefit of our community.
The presentation rules were meant to do just that, but after Tuesday night it was clear that some of these rules were too limiting. How can we improve them? *Add your comments to this post,* chat with Mish and Michael, edit the wiki rules page, and/or drop me an email.
While you’re on the wiki, I encourage you to contribute to the general discussion and case suggestion pages for next time.
Finally, several people suggested that we need a CaseCamp launch press release. Please help write the release if you were out Tuesday night and are on the PR side of the business.