[okfn-br] Brazilian chapter focus
augusto.herrmann em gmail.com
Segunda Outubro 31 23:49:00 UTC 2011
Hi, Tom and all!
I was talking about this to Profa. Gisele Craveiro of USP during the Social
Participation Conference. I think these are a good set of goals to start
with. But I also think we should try to use some Brazilian content (or
data) on some ongoing OKFn projects. Also, we should also promote other
open knowledge activities that are not strictly open data - such as the
ones related to literature and the public domain.
I had written a post detailing these ideas earlier today, but a
connectivity problem prevented me from sending it. So I'll send more
On Sun, Oct 30, 2011 at 12:48 AM, Everton Zanella Alvarenga <
everton137 em gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> after all talks during the last days with people in Brasília,
> discussion with friends interested in open knowledge (conhecimento
> livre), I propose the following focus for the Brazilian chapter
> 1. raise awareness on and promote open government data and facilitate
> the dialogue between civil society and government about this issue
> 2. run and create sustainable open government data projects, such as
> "Where does my money go", "They work for you", "What do they know"
> 3. use the projects above among others to make scientific research on
> government data
> 4. bring together open content communities and people who share Open
> Knowledge Foundation vision (in Portuguese)
> 5. foster a datajournalism community in Brazil
> I think some of them are in the mid to long term, such as 5., but I
> believe we can have these 5 aims for the moment. What do you think?
> Please, let me know your ideas (I want emphasize this is a proposal),
> if you think it's too much for the beginning, if you think we should
> have other goals etc..
> These are some people and groups I have talked to or I am going to talk
> There are others, but I am still not sure if it is proper add their names.
> You can compare with other chapters also being formed:
> Write in Portuguese if you feel more comfortable, but I want also
> listen OKFn staff if they want contribute to the discussion.
> Best regards,
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