“Sensational!” raves the Guardian newspaper, “a revelation, not to be missed” gushes the Hindustan Times (or they certainly would if they knew it was happening).
Saturday February 4th, (that’s tomorrow as I write these words) this blog will be playing to a packed house at FOSDEM. Tickets will be hard to come by so make sure you come early for the 11:30 am showtime. Actually, tickets are free, as you already know if you’ll be at FOSDEM 2012. Hopefully the bit about a packed house is true though.
To prepare yourself for the tightly clustered burst of information I plan to emit tomorrow, you may want to read up a bit ahead of time. I’ve put together a short list of resources to give you a head start if some of these ideas are new to you. The following three links elaborate on three core concepts of my talk.
Quickly perusing this blog could also help to give you a sense of where I’m coming from. My post about the idea of transnational advocacy networks would be especially good background reading.
Later on, I’ll post a more extensive bibliography for those who want to do further reading.