[okfn-discuss] #OpenDataLDN 3, Jan 30th: Wikimedia and New Collaborations
david at davidhirst.com
Thu Jan 5 17:07:48 UTC 2012
I have signed up for the meeting, but am not quite sure where to go. The
google map seems to point to the middle of Trafalgar square!
Hope to see you there.
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Subject: [okfn-discuss] #OpenDataLDN 3, Jan 30th: Wikimedia and New
Want to get involved with open knowledge communities in London, UK?
#OpenDataLDN is a bi-monthly, participatory series that gives Londoners
working in a variety of fields (including academia, science, hardware,
design, programming, media, government, transit, development and culture)
the opportunity to engage with a diverse network of locals interested in
open access, free culture and content. Our first two meetups packed the
house with great energy and new faces, so we're hoping to carry that
positive momentum on to the new year for our third installment.
This month, on January 30th at 19:00 GMT, we're meet over drinks at the
Centre for Creative Collaboration to hear Oliver Keyes talk about the future
of the Wikimedia movement regarding remixed data, and you'll also have the
opportunity to discuss and share your own initiatives.
Have a project or great idea you want people to get involved with? Send a
short summary to comm-coord at okfn.org and we'll add it to the list of
proposed lightning talks.
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