[@OKau] Who is leading or participating in OKAU-related projects?
keithamoss at gmail.com
Sun Apr 5 07:59:12 UTC 2015
We've never branded it as an OK project, but I'm co-maintainer on
Have some plans for a v2 that involves playing with ideas of some
semi-automatically generated "themed data portals".
On Thu, 2 Apr 2015 at 14:14 Paul Walsh <paulywalsh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I’m writing here with my Open Knowledge hat on (I work for OK).
> We trying to initiate some more connectivity between Open Knowledge Labs (
> http://okfnlabs.org) and “project leads” in local chapters and groups (
> Part of the drive to do this now is that we are rebooting the Labs
> newsletter (https://github.com/okfn/okfn.github.com/issues/322), and want
> to be able to feature projects/activities from around the OK network.
> Another reason is that we are doing some cool stuff, and want to ensure
> that it gets passed around to the wider community (tooling, standards,
> I don’t think there is any such list at OKAU, based on recent discussions,
> and I guess from my own experience, it might not always be clear which
> projects are OKAU-related, and which are not.
> So, I’m asking two things:
> 1. If there is any such list of projects and their leads/maintainers,
> could it be shared so that we could use it in OK Labs to connect with
> 2. Additionally, if you are a tech/data lead on a project, and are
> interested in (a) having your work covered on OK Labs newsletters, and/or
> (b) keeping more in touch with what is going on at OK Labs, could you
> possibly respond here and let me know.
> Lastly, any and all are welcome to join the OK Labs discussion board
> here: http://discuss.okfn.org/category/open-knowledge-labs
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