03 March 2011 by jonaskayla Published in: Uncategorized 4 comments

I’ve had several requests on twitter to post the question’s from today’s chat.

Before I get to that I would like to say thanks to everyone that participated! We had 109 participants during the chat who tweeted over 680 times.

One of our participants, Krista has already posted a review of the the chat on her blog.

I will be posting my own review in the next few days, and will have the transcript available tomorrow.

Here are the questions:

Q1 -What are your favourite examples of adaptive reuse?
Q2 – What are the biggest barriers for adaptive reuse?
Q3 – What steps can heritage groups take to encourage adaptive reuse?
Q4 – How do you get local support for the adaptive reuse of buildings?
Q5 – Is there a building you would like to see reused? For what?

P.s Did you participate in the chat? I’d love to hear what you thought and any helpful suggestions!

Comments

  1. Thu 03rd Mar 2011 at 1:38 am

    I thought the chat was great.
    It was amazing to get so many different perspectives from people working in various roles within the Heritage field.

    I’m excited to see the transcript and catch some of the comments and ideas I missed the first time around.
    Thanks for organizing the event!

    -Craig

  2. Thu 03rd Mar 2011 at 1:52 pm

    It was a great chat! Also, great foresight on the organizational side to have people answer with A1, A2, A3 etc. It helped during the chat and makes the information easier to find in the transcript.

  3. jonaskayla
    Thu 03rd Mar 2011 at 6:25 pm

    Thanks Krista. And thanks for the timely write up on your blog.

    I think the A1, stuff may have got lost half way through, but the idea was there!

  4. jonaskayla
    Thu 03rd Mar 2011 at 6:26 pm

    Thank’s Craig, and thanks for participating!

    The transcript is now available here:
    http://wthashtag.com/transcript.php?page_id=25499&start_date=2011-03-02&end_date=2011-03-03&export_type=HTML

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