[open-archaeology] chances for meeting in the real-world (Athens, London)

Stefano Costa stefano.costa at okfn.org
Thu Feb 18 15:42:24 UTC 2010

Il giorno gio, 18/02/2010 alle 11.56 +0000, Joseph Reeves ha scritto:
> The London dates sound good - are you thinking about the 11th now?

I'm afraid the 11th isn't anymore among the available dates. I have just
received e-mail about a lesson of Advanced English for us PhD students
exactly on the 11th - yes, it's a bit absurd that I can't go to London
because I have to learn English..

This leaves room for the 14th or th 15th, with a slight preference for
the 14th (it's a Sunday, I know).

> I'd be interested in talking about Open Archaeology data mashups -
> with a bit of luck we'll soon be making available a lot of data that
> others can take and do new and exciting things with. 

Joseph, sounds very promising. When you say "we" do you mean "Oxford
Archaeology" ? Given OA's position, that would represent a great
encouragement for lots of other people towards open data, I think.


Stefano Costa

Coordinator, Working Group on Open Data in Archaeology
The Open Knowledge Foundation
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