[open-government] R: [ogdcamp] Who wants to run an OGDCamp satellite event around 17-26th October in Warsaw?
cri_sappa at yahoo.it
Wed Aug 17 20:16:01 UTC 2011
I am Cristiana Sappa, LAPSI Thematic Network Project Manager.
Two by-invitation LAPSI meetings will be held in Warsaw on October 19th and 20th. Then on October 22nd morning we would like to organize a legal session within the ODC (maybe on licenses issues or on public law obstacles to access and re-use). Any suggestion is welcome. Of course, should other projects wish to co-organize the legal session, we would be very happy to cooperate with CC, ODC and others.
Project Manager, LAPSI, www.lapsi-project.eu, and EVPSI, www.evpsi.org
Postdoctoral Researcher, Torino Law School
Research Fellow, Nexa Center for Internet and Society, http://nexa.polito.it
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Oggetto: [ogdcamp] Who wants to run an OGDCamp satellite event around 17-26th October in Warsaw?
A: "ogdcamp" <ogdcamp at lists.okfn.org>, open-government at lists.okfn.org
Data: Giovedì 11 agosto 2011, 02:12
We're booking venues in Warsaw for around 17-26th October. Many
partner organisations have expressed an interest in organising day or
half day satellite events to the Open Government Data Camp, which will
take place on 20-21st October. The slots are:
* 17-19th October - pre-camp events (Monday to Wednesday)
* 20-21st October - camp (Thursday/Friday)
* 22-26th October - post-camp events (Saturday to Wednesday)
Partnerships on satellite events are *strongly* encouraged - both to
reduce organisational overhead, and to encourage people to work with
people they haven't worked with before (co-organising a satellite
event is a great way to get to know someone!).
For example, some folks from the European Journalism Centre,
OpenCorporates, OpenSpending.org and Scraperwiki have started planning
for a workshop on data journalism and EU spending data on 24-26th.
A few hypothetical suggestions:
* OpenCorporates and Sunlight Labs might want to run a workshop or
codesprint on company names
* Scraperwiki and mySociety might want to run a scraping workshop on
* Civic Commons and Open Cities might want to run a day on open
source tools for cities
* Creative Commons, Open Data Commons and LAPSI might want to run a
day on legal tools for open data
* Transparency Hackers and the London Datastore might want to do
something on organising hackdays
What do people think? Any ideas? Any suggestions/preferences for
dates? I'd quite like to do something on international open data
principles  on the 19th October. ;-)
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