[OKFN-IN] [datameet] OKFN India trip - the roundup
amitangshu at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 07:20:14 UTC 2012
An excellent blogpost. Given I am a newcomer to the field of open
data, and slowly coming to grips with it, your blog has pushed my
learning curve up, substantially.
Its a pity I missed meeting you and Laura, would have loved to talk
about the work we do at Akvo (www.akvo.org) and I am currently based
in Delhi. If OKFN plans any other trips to India, we will be glad to
be part of your itinerary.
Thanks again for the blogpost. Loved it!
Consultant- Asian Programmes
On 24 September 2012 15:01, Lucy Chambers <lucy.chambers at okfn.org> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Apologies for the late posting, OKFestival kept us all pretty busy last week.
> Laura and I decided to do one last post, pulling together names of
> organisations we met (or wish we had been able to meet) while on our
> trip along with useful information such as Twitter handles.
> We'd love to keep building on this list and hope that it is a useful
> resource for people to refer to when looking for who to contact in
> various areas. Maybe you all already know each other, but from our
> experience, it is often quite useful to publish a list so other
> organisations can get in contact. If we've missed people - do let us
> know, we'll try and feature them in a future update post!
> Lucy Chambers
> Community Coordinator,
> OpenSpending & Data Journalism
> Open Knowledge Foundation
> Skype: lucyfediachambers
> Twitter: @lucyfedia
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