[epsi-coord] publica as mission meeting

Ton Zijlstra ton.zijlstra at gmail.com
Wed Apr 6 11:54:52 BST 2011

Also I took the liberty of mentioning Republica as an event we are taking
part in, in our master sheet.
It does mean we need to be writing about this on the platform as well. I
will start posting in the coming days.

Daniel, if you have additional info that would be useful to work into
postings, apart from what I can find on the event website, please let me

Interdependent Thoughts
Ton Zijlstra

ton at tonzijlstra.eu


On Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 12:49 PM, Ton Zijlstra <ton.zijlstra at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi all,
> 'Pointing to epsiplatform.eu' is not the consideration when it comes to
> Mission Meetings. They're not meant for advertising epsiplatform.eu. We
> define a mission meeting as (emphasis mine):
> 3.5.1 Mission Meetings: *Bringing the PSI story to new places*
> In total at twenty-four events core team members will *bring the message
> of PSI re-use to places where that debate can be stimulated with awareness
> raising*.
> Of these 24, 8 events will be supported with *providing advice, speakers,
> contacts, coverage and seed capital, and by allowing the use of the ePSI
> platform 2.0 brand*.
> At the other 16 events we will actively *participate to raise awareness
> with presentations and workshops*.
> For these events we will actively seek invitations and will be* especially
> looking to participate in places and Member States where the PSI debate
> currently is not very well developed*.
> These events also offer a valuable opportunity for face to face
> conversations with local stakeholders at and outside of the event, as well
> as an opportunity to collect user stories.
> So the question must be: are we there to raise awareness about PSI re-use,
> and is it a place that needs that awareness raising?
> If you can answer those questions with yes, then let's call it a mission
> meeting.
> My thoughts on the question at hand:
> Running an entire track on open data seems a sizable contribution to
> raising awareness with a wider audience.
> Also Germany is a country where gov certainly can use more citizen
> generated pressure to get moving, esp as they have a large say in the
> upcoming PSI Directive review.
> We of course must be somewhat selective, but I would rather have more than
> the stated 24 mission meetings, so it's not a question if this can be '1 of
> 24', as 24+ is a much better number :)
> If we can have the re:publica program also actually state that we are
> supporting them in this by having Daniel there, that would be awesome as
> well.
> Does that help Daniel?
> best,
> Ton
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> ton at tonzijlstra.eu
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> On Wed, Apr 6, 2011 at 12:30 PM, Daniel Dietrich <daniel.dietrich at okfn.org
> > wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> I am co-organising a trak on open data and data driven journalism at this
>> years re:publica conference, see
>> http://re-publica.de/11/schedule/
>> Wouldn't this fit to become a mission meeting? Among others I am on stage
>> and could point to epsiplatform. We have brought together speakers for a
>> rich debate even with presence of the EC in person of Carl-Christian Buhr,
>> who kind of "self-invited" himself ;)
>> http://re-publica.de/11/blog/panel/open-data-eu-policies-and-activities/#day13
>> Pro: It's happening anyway and doesn't cost us anything.
>> What do you think?
>> Daniel
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