[OKCon-Programme] Late submissions, final evaluation.
javier at openrightsgroup.org
Tue Jun 14 13:27:38 BST 2011
my quick assessment
- SALAMI seems straightforward technically. I would have huge questions
about its politics, i.e. linking specific university courses to
employability when humanities and anything other than business and
engineering are being massacred in funding terms. However, this should not
detract from them presenting the project in 15 minutes. UCAS university
course information is one of the most demanded datasets for opening, and I
would be interested to hear how they plan to solve this issue.
- GIvememydata could be integrated with other social networking discussions,
however I am not sure what is the current level of activity, and FB have now
provided a data migration tool. It may be better for the practical workshop,
but shorter than 2 days!
I do not feel qualified to look at the other paper on Open Linguistics, it
seems interesting though.
On 14 June 2011 09:15, Sebastian Hellmann <
hellmann at informatik.uni-leipzig.de> wrote:
> Dear all,
> There are a total of 3 late submissions left:
> 1. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/375401/latesubmissions/OKCon_OLWG_report.pdf
> 2. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/375401/latesubmissions/OwenMundy.pdf
> 3. http://dl.dropbox.com/u/375401/latesubmissions/SALAMI_OpenKnowledge.pdf
> 1. The first paper was written by one of my colleagues Christian Chiarcos
> (I am the co-author, but only contributed some minor parts). We were
> reluctant to submit it, because he is a member of the PC and I am organising
> the reviewing. We still think, that it should be included in the
> proceedings, because the topic is as close as it can get. It is a report
> that summarizes the progress achieved in the OKFN Working Group for Open
> Data in Linguistics. It also analyses the problems for opening up data in
> I will not include it without confirmation from the PC members, so please
> give me your opinion. There will also be a workshop on Open Linguistics at
> the conference.
> 2. Is by an artist/facebook api programmer who stays in Berlin this year.
> His main project is Give Me My Data http://givememydata.com
> He would make a nice addition to OKCon in my opinion, but I am not familiar
> with the things he proposes.
> @Jonathan: maybe he can be included in the 2 days before the conference.
> 3. was sent about 8 days ago by Thomas Kirkham and I really can not judge
> whether it is relevant or not.
> Please could you give me feedback as soon as possible,
> so we can finish the reviewing, the proceedings and the conference program,
> Dipl. Inf. Sebastian Hellmann
> Department of Computer Science, University of Leipzig
> Research Group:http://aksw.org
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