There is an Easter Egg over at EA Voices.
From EA Voices: The Book:
Dear EA bloggers,
Thanks to you, EA Voices is a great source of enterprise architecture wisdom. Now aggregating blogs and writings by over 100 bloggers, the database is rounding 2 million words, and grows with around 100 posts monthly.
I think all this wisdom deserves even more attention than the website and apps can offer, and want to put EA Voices in print in the form of a book. I will publish the book, so it’ll be available on Amazon etc (print and digital).
I therefore invite you all to dig in your own blog archives, including all those drafts I know you sit on, and write up a chapter/essay for the book.
- What theme? As long as it is something of relevance to enterprise architecture, it’s up to you! When we gather the troops some themes may well flesh out.
- Target group? The primary target group is the enterprise architecture community, including aspiring architects, but possibly also others, such as CxOs.
- Number of words? Well, up to you, but I suggest shorter essay-ish chapters, so maybe around 2500 words?
- By when? Soon. Let’s get this thing out sooner than later! How about submission by 1st May?
Want to contribute? Sign up here.
Who can participate? Anyone with a blog that EA Voices indexes. If your blog is not yet in EA Voices, send me a link to it’s feed and I’ll include it. If you don’t have a blog at all yet, just create one at the numerous service out there (wordpress.com etc), and send me the link to its feed. If you don’t want to have a blog, but want to have an EA Voice in the book, just sign up and we will find a solution
I suggest we use the hashtag #eavoices in open communications about the book.
I hope the bloggers will be interested.