Call For Collaboration

Call For Collaboration

The wiki media is perfectly suited for collaboration. A CallForCollaboration can be thought of as similar to a call for papers for a seminar or proceeding. It is a marshalling of resources based upon common interest in the creation of a RealWorldObject? or a RealWorldProcess? utilizing the synergy of many people working as one, but supplying their several mind sets, abilities, and resources (cf. CrowdSourceing).
Collaboration is hard. A media (even as cool as wiki) is not sufficient to enable collaboration. I would like to work together in a synergistic way to create software and value (and I guess I am not alone in this). I am trying this on a local level in Chicago (but even this, with face to face communication, is hard).

Collaboration requires several principles to be in place: (for collaborating software components I also add, OnceAndOnlyOnce and unambiguous interfaces) -- PaulCaswell
There are some other useful principles at: http://www.communitycollaboration.net/id22.htm (this link is broken) Summarized by the following:
With VideoConferenceMeetings, A CallForCollaboration can convene participants in a relatively short (almost within minutes) period of time, providing many of above characteristics to be employed.
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