Space Town Hall, Citizen Inventor's space-focused initiative, has been launched for 6 months now. It surely has been some very busy 6 months. We are firmly on our way towards a shared journey on space exploration at the citizen level, establishing a regular avenue for the space curious to get-together in 2 streams:
With David Turner joining us recently joining "the board of regular contributors" at our meetup group, it's looking like a third stream of events is taking shape - pub based discussions at David's favourite pubs around London! We've always been run by community effort for community, so it's great that we are staring to see takers on our offer to exercise your right to make things happen.
There are many ways to make things happen and we know everyone is busy. So in the last 6 months, Steph has been working hard to refresh the sites and provide some guidelines to those who want to contribute more regularly. Not that we particularly think that guideline is important as everyone has their own way of doing things and we support diversity, but we thought knowing your rights in the community would be a good place to start and here is a few ideas on how you could contribute - but if you have something else in mind, do say! If you would like to contribute more regularly, you can do anything that creates a better shared journey to space exploration (legal things only please) - join our "board of regular contributors". The only thing we ask is that you share the learning like we always do!
Space Town Hall is moving fast, it's onto the 5th co-learning class on the coming Saturday (RSVP before too late) - remember we said it's ad-hoc learning? Yea, so don't wait for a restart, like life, things doesn't always restart - we have designed it so that it is possible for people to join at any point of the series. So, wait no more, join us!
^ That's how much fun we are having in our co-learning sessions!