[okfn-br] Fwd: Local chapter of Open Knowledge Foundation in Brazil
kat.braybrooke em okfn.org
Sexta Outubro 7 10:47:43 UTC 2011
My apologies as well, Tom - only got your message about the Skype call when
it was too late - but it looks like things are going very well - I'm excited
to hear more about the progress at OGDcamp!
Let me know in the meantime if there is anything I can do to help,
especially re: design or online medias.
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On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 2:38 AM, Everton Zanella Alvarenga <
everton137 em gmail.com> wrote:
> The email bellow should have been sent to the mailing list. I don't
> why I didn't do it.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Everton Zanella Alvarenga <everton137 em gmail.com>
> Date: 2011/10/6
> Subject: Re: [okfn-br] Local chapter of Open Knowledge Foundation in Brazil
> To: Augusto Herrmann <>
> Cc: Christian Moryah Miranda <>, Nitai Bezerra Silva <>
> 2011/10/5 Augusto Herrmann <augusto.herrmann em gmail.com>:
> > I just read your message 90 minutes too late to participate in the Skype
> > call with Lucy. How was it?
> The meeting was online between me and Lucy. We have added what we've
> talked about on this etherpad
> and Lucy has started a wiki page for a Brazilian plan
> (I've aready started there a subpage to we translate to Portuguese OKFn
> > I'd like to propose that the idea of a local chapter for the Open
> > Foundation be discussed in our 1st National Open Data Meeting, which will
> > take place in Brasília, from 26th - 27th October. What form do you all
> > discussion could take place? Should there be a panel or just a bunch of
> > people discussing informally in a room (unconference)?
> It'd be great! My first proposal was that we should have a online
> meeting with all people interested at most in the beginning of
> November, but I think it can be a good idea to have during this
> conference, which is just a few day after Open Government Camp
> I, Daniela Silva and Pedro Markun are going to this event, so I think
> we can already discuss about the idea there personaly with members of
> Before that, I think we can begin to gather people from some of the
> groups I've mentioned in this mailing list and already have in mind to
> have a meeting in person where we find more people interested in the
> formation and participation of the chapter - my suggestion was, as you
> can see in the etherpad document, in the mid November (maybe at the
> W3C event in Rio de Janeiro?).
> A problem come to my mind about personal meetings in Brazil, since we
> are a country of a continental size. As you can see in the Wikimedia
> Brasil chapter case, this was one key points to we create a model that
> could replicate our initiatives and projects in other places of the
> My impression is that, at the moment, most of the people involved with
> open data in Brazil are in Brasília and São Paulo (there people from
> other places, sure).
> > Hopefully we can arrange it in time to spread the word so interested
> > can plan their trips and come.
> That would be great! Can you give us more information about this event
> in Brasília? Are the lectures already defined?
> Tomorrow, at the City Council of São in the Workshop on Open Data
> <http://goo.gl/7q2iI>, I'm already going to invite people to this
> mailing list and talk about the idea of a local chapter. During this
> workshop, I want to stress the importance to the government have a
> task force similar to what happened in England
> <http://powerofinformation.wordpress.com/about/> (Lucy, Kat and Rufus,
> maybe you can tell us how succeful was this experience), involving
> especialists, civil society and the government in thr process of
> create a local open data program.
> I'm going to blog about this, hopefully today.
> See you!
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