[okfn-advisory] Research track at OKCON 2010

Rufus Pollock rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Tue Jul 14 19:42:55 UTC 2009

To follow up Soren's invitation we'd be delighted if any advisory
board members wished to join the Programme Committee to take on a
particular track or area, as well as help us publicize the CFP when it
goes out.

It would be particularly good to have additional expertise on the
programme committee in the areas of science and public sector


Rufus Pollock

2009/7/9 Sören Auer <auer at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>:
> Dear advisory board co-members,
> Originating from a discussion on the OKFN mailinglist the idea was born
> to organize a research track withing OKCON 2010. The track will probably
> have a formal but very open submission and reviewing process, which
> enables us to also attract attention from more research communities
> relevant to open knowledge. The submissions to the track will be grouped
> around the pillars science, technology, society and culture.
> I prepared a first draft of the call for papers at:
> <http://wiki.okfn.org/okcon/2010/cfp>
> In order to have a diverse, truly interdisciplinary conference track it
> would be great if you could have a look at the CfP, and maybe help
> revising it and contributing more topics of interest, which you think
> would be particularly attractive and relevant for your field/communities.
> Also your participation in the programme committee (i.e. publicizing the
> call, and helping to organize an inspiring programme) would help making
> the track a success.
> Best,
> Sören
> --
> --------------------------------------------------------------
> Sören Auer, AKSW/Computer Science Dept., University of Leipzig
> http://www.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/~auer,  Skype: soerenauer
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