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Thursday, June 13 • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
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Michael Mehaffy (Future of Places Research Center) and Ward Cunningham (the inventor of Wiki) bring the Wiki approach to placemaking.

In this session Mehaffy and Cunningham are with us through skype to work on how to use their developing wiki platform (and associated pattern language document) as a case study of how we can build tools and toolkits to share and develop on an open-source platform.

And which tools specifically, e.g. placemaking tools, public space tools, process tools, finance tools, etc etc.

The goal of the workshop is to get feedback on the platform specifically, and discussion and collaboration on this topic more broadly

To prepare for the session we invite you to look at the short video of Michael en Ward explaining some of their ideas.
The draft paper on pattern language that will be central in this workshop is downloadable here.

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Viktor Kasala

Architect, Chief City Architect Office
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Jeroen Laven

STIPO, Placemaking Europe
avatar for Wouter Jan Verheul

Wouter Jan Verheul

Delft University of Technology and Stichting Kennis Gebiedsontwikkeling
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Ethan Kent

PlacemakingX, Project for Public Spaces
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Martin Adler

Founder CEO, AtAdlerAdvisory
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Luisa Bravo

The Journal of Public Space, City Space Architecture
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Ward Cunningham

Inventor of Wiki
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Michael Mehaffy

Researcher, educator, author and consultant in urban development innovations, Future of Places Research Center


Thursday June 13, 2019 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Jane Jacobs Sc Puerto, 6, 46024 Valencia, Spain

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