Past Meetup

Open Space - Share Your Board - Community Discussions

This Meetup is past

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We meet at The Scotsman on the 2nd floor on the left hand side, that is "3 etg venstre side" (i.e. one floor above where we normally meet.)

Are you curious about how other teams are working? Or looking for feedback on your own team's process? Keen on discussing process and work-flow with Kanban- or Scrumboards as the starting point?

Please join us for this special community event. We encourage you to bring in a screenshot or photo of your Kanban-, Scrum- or just plain old Board, but this is not mandatory. If you are just curious - you are more than welcome to join us as you are :)

We want this to be an opportunity for the community to share and learn with/from each other. By sharing your board it is easier for others to understand a bit more about your context, where your challenges might be, what is working out for you and what is not. Maybe others can learn something from you and/or the other way around. As a whole, we should be able to get a good overview of what is really going on in the various teams spread across Oslo.

Do I have to bring my board?

No, it would be cool if you did, but it is not mandatory at all. We'd rather you leave your board than not show up at all.

What if my board is top secret?

Just use an image editor and cover the most sensitive parts of your board with a color of your choice - or you could do it with CSS3 or maybe even Clojure.

Are the other kids going to make fun of my board?

Bring your board as it is. You've got nothing to be embarrassed about. The intention is not for everyone to brag about how good their boards are, but to learn from and help each other. The state of the art might not be that everyone deploys 10 times a day, and that's ok.

One last thing

Please feel free to email a photo of your board to erlingwl@gmail.com. We'd like to put all these boards up somewhere for everyone to see. (We'll ask you for permission before we do that.)

Credits to Ketil (http://leverage51.no/) for coming up with this concept

Example boards: