[okfn-discuss] Reminder (TOMORROW): Next Cambridge Open Knowledge Meetup: Friday 6th June 1830-2030 at Emmanuel College
rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Thu Jun 5 12:59:31 UTC 2008
Just a reminder that the next Cambridge Open Knowledge Meetup takes
place tomorrow at the Harrods Room in Emmanuel College. Since my
original email we've confirmed some specific presentations as follows:
* Christopher Burlinson, Emmanuel College, on digitizing early modern
texts from Cambridge college libraries.
* Matthew Brett, MRC CBU, on python, open source and open data in
* Martin Brett, (TBC) Cambridge History Department, on the Ivo of
Chartres project, one of the first collaborative efforts to produce an
open edition of a medieval text.
* Martin Lucas-Smith and Simon Nuttall, Cambridge Cycling Campaign, on
cycle mapping (journey planner and photomap), OpenStreetMap and the two
national cycle mapping projects.
Please do circulate the event information to anyone you think might be
interested in coming along. Look forward to seeing people tomorrow.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Next Cambridge Open Knowledge Meetup: Friday 6th June 1830-2030
at Emmanuel College
Date: Tue, 27 May 2008 21:15:39 +0100
From: Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock at okfn.org>
To: okfn-discuss <okfn-discuss at lists.okfn.org>
Just a quick note to let people know we're holding the next Cambridge
(UK) Open Knowledge Meetup a week Friday. So if you're based in or
around the Cambridge area do come along.
PS: I see from the wiki that the Oxford group were meeting up today.
Hope they had a good time.
## Cambridge Open Knowledge Meetup
when: Wednesday 6th June 2008, 1830-2030
where: Harrods Room, Emmanuel College, Cambridge
### More Information
Are you interested in the social, legal and technological issues related
to Open Knowledge? Ever wondered about how things like "Open Access" and
"Open Source" could be relevant to you. If so come along to the
"Cambridge Open Knowledge Meetup" to hear updates about recent
developments and discuss the problems and potential of open approaches
to knowledge creation.
The focus at these events is on open discussion though we do start out
with some (brief) presentations. If you'd like to give a talk on
something you've been working on (or thinking about) please let us know.
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