Hempal - I do not have a list - the best way is to join OSLIST and to ask folks to contact you directly so you can get to know them and share with them. OSLIST is having a little problem at the moment but keep trying - they hope to work it out (for a short time some of us can post on that listserv and some cannot but it's still great for reading and learning).
Feel free to use anything on my website with attribution. Folks are more likely to help you, I suspect, if you share that you are learning from the source first (Harrison's book) - learning from and honoring the method's originator. Take a look also at Harrison's site, Chris Corrigan's and Michael Herman's.
Welcome, Hempal, to the Open Space world community space - a sister site to the OSLIST (an ongoing English-language conversation among Open Space facilitators and enthusiasts from around the world). Feel free to join any regional, language-based or thematic Group you see here - including the group gathering folks from Southeast Asia if you like.
I cannot tell from your wiki site - it looks as if you are about to do some writing about Open Space? If you have not yet learned the 'behind the scenes' about this method - like all other dialogue work it is deceptively simple when experienced but has a foundation of thorough design, planning and more. If you've not yet read it - do read Harrison Owen's book, "Open Space Technology: A User's Guide" for the basic model, the theory behind it, some case studies and more - by the originator of the method, Harrison Owen. In addition, the OSLIST I mention above includes over 600 people from around the world, many of whom have been sharing learning and experience about this method since its origin in the 1980's. Several of those folks have developed resources and papers about the method so you may want to ask for ideas and learning resources on that list as well.
Additionally, feel free to look around my website to read through 'Open Space Technology / The Method' to enjoy any of the resources and papers you see there. As you mention online collaboration, you might also like to look at the online tool - OpenSpace-Online - developed and field tested by Open Space facilitators.
We look forward to learning with and from you about all things connected to the dialogue method called Open Space...