[OpenGLAM] OpenGLAM - After OKfest14
joris.pekel at europeana.eu
Thu Jul 24 12:02:02 UTC 2014
Yes we have looked at the census as well for this purpose. Great to hear it
can be used.
I do believe it needs some thinking how to best approach this. What kind of
questions should be asked? And should it be done on collection level or
institutional? As Lieke said, I think it is good to think about this first,
and then see if the census software is suitable for our purpose, and not
the other way around.
Are there people on this list particularly interested in working on these
requirements and questions? Let me know and we can set up a separate call
to further discuss.
Michael Edson also pointed us to this 'how open is it' scorecard coming
from the scientific sector/Open Access field. Think it is a good source to
begin with: http://www.plos.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/hoii-guide.pdf
Looking forward hearing from you.
On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 12:54 PM, Lieke Ploeger <lieke.ploeger at okfn.org>
> Hi Christian,
> Definitely a great idea to use the Open Data Census code base.
> I think the first step for us now is to define the exact categories we
> want to focus on for defining the level of openness of the collections as
> well as the method of acquiring more data and incorporating more
> collections. Then we have to find the best way of showing the data on our
> website - a second step could then be to visualise the data through the
> Open Data Census interface as well for the scorecard.
> All help with this is of course appreciated - thanks to Pierre as well
> for the helpful links!
> Best, Lieke
> On 22 July 2014 17:57, Christian Villum <christian.villum at okfn.org> wrote:
>> Hi Joris,
>> Great account and overview, thank you!
>> With regards to the OpenGLAM score card idea I wanted to toss in the idea
>> of perhaps using the Open Data Census code base? It can be customized to
>> focus on a topic, see for instance this test version for Open Law Data:
>> Would be relatively easy to appropriate for OpenGLAM categories and is
>> fully customizable. Then people around the world could submit info on
>> various GLAM institutions and the state of their culture data.
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>> On Jul 22, 2014 11:43 AM, "Joris Pekel" <jpekel at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Dear all,
>>> The OKfestival in Berlin has come to an end. It was great three days
>>> with workshops and talks and thank you all that were able to contribute.
>>> In this email some notes and actions.
>>> First of all there was the OpenGLAM fringe event on Tuesday at the
>>> Wikimedia office. All the talks can be found here: *https://drive.google.com/?tab=mo&pli=1&authuser=0#folders/0B1QgoW4uM9-fZDVpRkxhRUhIeHc
>>> This event was also the official start of the OpenGLAM Deutschland
>>> group, so congratulations! If you want to know more about this group or
>>> perhaps you are interested in joining, see: *http://okfn.de/openglam/
>>> On Wednesday the "Maintaining a healthy and thriving public domain"
>>> workshop was organised. This session addressed a lot of the discussion
>>> points we had on the mailing list in the last couple of months such as
>>> licensing public domain material with a CC-BY license. One of the things
>>> proposed developing is an 'OpenGLAM scorecard' which can be used to rank
>>> releases of open culture data. If this is a good idea and how this should
>>> look like is still very much unanswered and I would like to hear from you
>>> how you feel about this idea. Will do that in a different thread. I have
>>> written a summary of the workshop here:
>>> The other session organised on Wednesday was the ‘Bring the Public
>>> Domain Calculators Worldwide’ session. Pierre blogged beforehand about it
>>> here: *http://2014.okfestival.org/lets-bring-the-public-domain-calculators-worldwide/
>>> Finally on Thursday Beat Estermann organised a session on the OpenGLAM
>>> benchmark survey which was a great opportunity to get up to speed on the
>>> current progress and discuss what next steps are needed. I also believe we
>>> have found a few more people interested in conducting the survey in their
>>> country. All info about the survey can be found here.
>>> Finally I talked with a number of people about the Open Collections on
>>> the OpenGLAM page and we all feel that this could do with some updating.
>>> The Listify tool has worked great but now the list is getting longer it
>>> becomes a bit messy and there is no good way to filter. This is also
>>> perhaps interesting to integrate with the OpenGLAM scorecard. I will also
>>> send out a separate message about this to get your input on this.
>>> That was a short overview of the ton of things that happened last week
>>> in Berlin. I am sure other people have blogs/photos/stories to share, so
>>> please do!
>>> Speak soon,
>>> p.s: the organisers are asking everybody who attended to fill in their
>>> feedback form. It is just a few minutes of work and it is really helpful
>>> for next years conferences. (e.g: No. Cardboard boxes are not suitable to
>>> cancel sound from another session next to you..) The form can be found
>>> here: *http://2014.okfestival.org/feedback/
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