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glossary [2016/08/03 17:25]
andyo Defined "Community Leadership Summit"
glossary [2016/08/04 02:54]
andyo Better list format
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 ===== Community Leadership Glossary ===== ===== Community Leadership Glossary =====
  
-We are looking to build an extensive Community Management glossary. Click the //Tools// option in the top-right of this page and click //Login// to register. You can then come back here and edit this page. +We are looking to build an extensive Community Management glossary. Click the //Tools// option in the top-right of this page and click //Login// to register. You can then come back here and edit this page.
  
 Please add additional terms and references here. Please be to keep this alphabetical. Please add additional terms and references here. Please be to keep this alphabetical.
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 A face-to-face gathering aimed at helping people who do community work exchange best practices and provide support for each other. The first summit was held in 2009 as an adjunct to the Open Source convention, and is still held in conjunction with that convention each year, but has also spread around the world. CLS is normally free to attend, being supported by sponsors with an interest in community management, and has an "​unconference"​ format where all attendees can suggest session topics. A face-to-face gathering aimed at helping people who do community work exchange best practices and provide support for each other. The first summit was held in 2009 as an adjunct to the Open Source convention, and is still held in conjunction with that convention each year, but has also spread around the world. CLS is normally free to attend, being supported by sponsors with an interest in community management, and has an "​unconference"​ format where all attendees can suggest session topics.
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 == Commit Privileges == == Commit Privileges ==
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 == Extrinsic Motivation == == Extrinsic Motivation ==
  
-Motivation that comes from Outside of the Individual. ​ The opposite of Intrinsic Motivation [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Motivation#​Intrinsic_and_extrinsic_motivation|Read More]]+Motivation that comes from Outside of the Individual. The opposite of Intrinsic Motivation [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Motivation#​Intrinsic_and_extrinsic_motivation|Read More]] 
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 == Intrinsic Motivation == == Intrinsic Motivation ==
  
-Motivation that comes from inside the Individual. ​ The opposite of Extrinsic Motivation [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Motivation#​Intrinsic_and_extrinsic_motivation|Read More]]+Motivation that comes from inside the Individual. The opposite of Extrinsic Motivation [[http://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Motivation#​Intrinsic_and_extrinsic_motivation|Read More]] 
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 Two definitions:​ Two definitions:​
  
-  - An email list in which people can subscribe to get email updates (also known as a //​Newsletter//​).  +An email list in which people can subscribe to get email updates (also known as a //​Newsletter//​). 
-  ​- ​An email subscription in which conversations can occur and all emails sent to the mailing list appear in everyone'​s email account. A common method of communication in technical communities.+ 
 +An email subscription in which conversations can occur and all emails sent to the mailing list appear in everyone'​s email account. A common method of communication in technical communities.
  
 == Meritocracy == == Meritocracy ==
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 == Open Source Initiative == == Open Source Initiative ==
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 A non-profit corporation with global scope formed to educate about and advocate for the benefits of open source and to build bridges among different constituencies in the open source community. Refer to http://​opensource.org/​ for more details. A non-profit corporation with global scope formed to educate about and advocate for the benefits of open source and to build bridges among different constituencies in the open source community. Refer to http://​opensource.org/​ for more details.
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