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Re: [agile-30] Scrum Club launches it's first Scrum Live Aid Project

From: Amanda
Sent on: Tuesday, December 2, 2008 1:45 PM
Wait! Just start your own local chapter of Scrum Club in a couple of months!!! :-) I'm trying to design a repeatable program... I have friends in other cities that will pick it up when I have my branding and formula straightened out.

http://DigitalOnionInc.com is very generously donating a work session to help us get organized for 2009... They run LA Project Managers as a recruiting effort... They do Agile and Scrum implementations as a consultancy... and are very community oriented. It is tomorrow night, so I should have a good roadmap for the year in place after tomorrow. Do you have time to chat tomorrow?

A

On Tue, Dec 2, 2008 at 1:39 PM, Kris Gottschalk <[address removed]> wrote:
Hey Amanda,

This is a great idea...I'm going to post on our volunteer hive on Agile Commons since I think Rally should consider doing something similar.

Also, I meant to get back to you about NBC's Rally user base....about 225 NBC'ers use Rally b/t NYC and LA.

From what I'm told, the main sponsors of Rally at NBC are Brian Stockmoe, Ray Vergel Del Dios, David Pugh and Peter Gonzalez.

Kris



On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 4:02 PM, Amanda <[address removed]> wrote:
Hey all -

Just a quick note to let you know that Scrum Club has released it's first
Scrum project... with free, public hands-on education for Scrum project
management.

See the write-up here:

http://scrumclub.org/live-aid-for-non-profits/activemusic/the-activemusic-project.html

Big thanks go out to Eric Oakland, Aaron Martin, and Joshua Zar who worked
on the project. Thanks also go out to Michael Blum, Travis Savo, Damon
Young, Nicole Jordan, Doug Campbell, Jason Nazar, Tony Wong, Chris Gagne,
Kris Gottschalk, Efram Toscano, TV, Heathervescent, Wm. Marc Salsberry,
and all the folks at Project Locker, United Layer, Tech Zulu, Rally,
Gorilla Nation, and Digital Onion, all recent supporters of Scrum Club.

This project was literally:
"Gee, we should do a public education program where people learn how to do
Scrum for free and help a non-profit."
"Oh really, when will that be available?"
"We don't know... next year?"
"Well why not now?"
"Hmmm good question... Let's talk about it. Oh look, we're done already.
Well I guess we don't need to hold that meeting."

Amanda




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