I just joined the new google groups (e.g. mailinglist), called rebooters.
The purpose of the group, is to have a “permanent backchannel” for the reboot (un)conference, since backchannels, like the Jaiku backchannel from reboot9, has a tendency to “die”.
The mailing list has the following description:
Missing the brainshift experienced from talking to all the brilliant rebooters? Keep the conversation going between reboots here…
It’s a good idea – that would have been even better, if it was set up, officially, through the reboot website, but because website technologies change all the time, the use of a relatively low-tech solution, like a mailing-list, is a not as bad an idea as it sounds – e-mail still is “the lowest common denominator”.
This might help to avoid the frustrations I experienced, when I learned that the “reboot 8” site had it’s URLs changed, making it appear that a lot of information from 2006, had either been lost, or, at best, made (too) difficult to locate.
“I want my Permalinks”, and I’m looking forward to the continued discussions and next year, where I suggest that the organisers make away with the “Wired style dot-oh-NO” numbering scheme, and just calls the event “reboot”!
“Reboot” is, according to the website:
[…]a community event for the practical visionaries who are at the intersection of digital technology and change all around us[…]
Reboot usually takes place end May/start June, in Copenhagen Denmark.