[okfn-advisory] Research track at OKCON 2010

Jordan S Hatcher jordan at opencontentlawyer.com
Tue Aug 4 13:22:51 UTC 2009

Forgot to add -- this all sounds very exciting!


On 4 Aug 2009, at 14:15, Christopher Corbin wrote:

> Hi Sören
> I am not really affiliated to any organisation as I am really  
> retired but
> still active in a small way.  However I am an advisor to the  
> European Public
> Sector Information Platform and I make contributions on and off to  
> that
> platform so it would it be good to show me as affiliated to the  
> platform and
> perhaps the UK Advisory Board on Public Sector Information (APPSI)  
> where I
> am the European expert!
> I will check the call for papers and come back to you if I may as to  
> whether
> there needs to be any additional items to draw people interested in  
> the
> re-use of public sector information.
> Under PSI Re-use research there are several strands not just  
> technical some
> of the important ones are related to funding of public sector  
> information
> and how to ensure its sustainability.  This is particularly  
> important in
> austere times such as much of Europe finds itself in now.
> There is near to operational research for example a number of  
> organisations
> both public and private are investing in research to establish new  
> cost
> effective methods of opening up public sector information and to  
> create,
> maintain and sustain data discovery services.
> Chris
> On 04/08/2009 13:32, "Sören Auer" <auer at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>  
> wrote:
>> Christopher Corbin wrote:
>>> Apologies for the delay in responding to Rufus suggestions.
>>> I would be happy to assist and possibly run the PSI research stream.
>> Chris, I added you to the Programme Committee on the call page [1].  
>> What
>> should I add as affiliation? Do you have a homepage? Are there any
>> additional topics of interest (in particular related to PSI) we  
>> should
>> add to the call?
>> --Sören
>> [1] http://wiki.okfn.org/okcon/2010/cfp
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