[open-heritage] Building the Cultural Commons Meeting Notes & Actions
sstierch at wikimedia.org
Thu Oct 4 17:21:52 UTC 2012
Pardon the top posting, and thanks for updating us. Is this metrics
project going to be focused strictly on Europe?
Just wanting to double check before I add any US examples to the list.
On 10/3/12 11:40 PM, Maarten Brinkerink wrote:
> Dear all,
> Thanks again to Sam for the great summary of actions. In this mail I
> want to update you on one of mine:
>>> It's great to see that so much of what was discussed has been taken
>>> to the list. Here is a brief summary of action points that we agred
>>> would take to this list following the meeting:
>>> * Maarten Briknerink to gather contributions and ideas of metrics
>>> to measure success of open initiatives at cultural heritage
>>> insitutions - pad for collecting ideas
>>>  http://openglam.okfnpad.org/openheritagemetrics
> I've been a bit quiet about the actions I've promised to lead (I was
> moving to another city right after OKfest). But now I can tell you a
> bit about how I will proceed with gathering evidence based figures and
> developing metrics to measure the success of open initiatives in the
> cultural heritage sector.
> First I will process all the comment I've gotten in the pad, thank you
> all so much for your contributions! Then I will convert the list of
> questions to a spreadsheet format (as on of the contributors suggested
> in the pad). I will keep you posted on this process and will ask for
> your feedback again at a later stage.
> In the meantime I would like to invite you all to keep contributing
> potential projects and initiatives to analyze (preferably If you are
> connected in a way that will increase the likelihood that we can
> actually convince them to make public the required information and
> numbers) to the above mentioned pad.
> In the Netherlands we will also organize a workshop in mid October
> with cultural heritage professionals from the Open Cultuur Data
> network at an upcoming hackathon to further refine the model and get
> some people to sign up to actually measuring their
> projects/initiatives and making these figures public.
> Looking forward to your input and responses!
>>> Sam Leon
>>> Community Coordinator
>>> Open Knowledge Foundation
>>> Twitter: @noeL_maS
>>> Skype: samedleon
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