[OKFN-IN] [datameet] OKFN India trip - the roundup

Amitangshu amitangshu at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 07:20:14 UTC 2012

Dear Lucy,

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!


Amitangshu Acharya
Consultant- Asian Programmes
Akvo Foundation

Twitter: @amitangshu
Skype: amitangshu


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.
> http://in.okfn.org/2012/09/18/okfn-india-trip-the-roundup/
> 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
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> Open Knowledge Foundation
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