[open-economics] Holiday special: Failed Bank Tracker data update - Dec. 20

Jia Lyng jialyng at ysicommons.org
Fri Dec 14 12:58:51 UTC 2012

Sorry, I used the wrong mailing address.
Here's me again.

On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 1:55 PM, YSI Commons <ysi at ysicommons.org> wrote:

> Hi Anders,
> I'm new to the group, but glad to start being part of it.
> Great initiative to track failed banks in EU.
> I'm up for the meeting on Dec. 20th. Perhaps I can join the folks at the
> office in Berlin, if someone is there.
> my skype ID is: jialyng
> cheers
> jia
> On Fri, Dec 14, 2012 at 8:02 AM, Anders Pedersen <anderspeders at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> The Eurozone leaders just finalised the agreement on the Banking Union.
>> So it would to be great for us to launch something based on the Failed Bank
>> Tracker in the near future.
>> I would therefore suggest a Data Entry holiday special. We can work over
>> skype on the data for a few hours (or less) in order to make the data in
>> the Failed Bank Tracker useful for creating a nice visualisation like this (
>> http://graphicsweb.wsj.com/documents/Failed-US-Banks.html).
>> I would suggest next Thursday *Dec. 20th from 6PM (Berlin) / 5PM (London)
>> *, but would be glad to adjust to peoples schedules if another time
>> works better.
>> So grab your laptop/desktop, some gluhwein and join for some data
>> entries. Let me know if any of you are in? Just add your your skype ID to
>> your email response, and I will set up the call for next Thursday.
>> Best,
>> Anders
>> Check the Failed Bank Tracker page here:
>> http://openeconomics.net/projects/failed-bank-tracker/
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