[OpenGLAM] Coding da Vinci - der Kultur-Hackathon startet nächste Woche!

Bela Seeger bela.seeger at okfn.de
Mon Apr 20 08:26:45 UTC 2015

Hi Vahur,

all answers in-line.

> On 16 Apr 2015, at 07:41, Vahur Puik <vahur at ajapaik.ee> wrote:
> Dear Bela Seeger
> I have some questions about the Coding da Vinci event/competition:
> * is the event mainly in German or is it accessible for only English-speakers as well?

The event is mostly structured in German (workshops, communication, etc.) but we did have some English speaking guests in the past. We have compiled the basic info at http://codingdavinci.de/english-infos/.

> * is it compulsary to take part in the next weekends hackathon in order to participate in the overall competition?


> * does the submitted project need to be totally new or can an already started project be submitted if it uses provided open data sets? for instance we started to develop a project for the Finnish hack your heritage competition hack4.fi and received a second price there, but it is still in it's very initial stage and needs developing further in order to become a sustainable project, not a one time hackathon prototype…

Yes, all projects need to involve the data-sets that are offered at this years hackathon, you can take a look at that data at: http://codingdavinci.de/daten/

> * is it still possible to apply for the travel grant or is it too late for that?
I’m afraid there are no more travel grants available.

Sorry I don’t have better news for you, and thanks for your interest!

Kind regards,
Bela Seeger
Projektassistent Coding da Vinci
Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland e.V.
Mail: bela.seeger at okfn.org I Tel.: +49 30 57703666 2

> With best,
> Vahur Puik
> Ajapaik.ee
> @puik
> 2015-04-15 20:07 GMT+03:00 Bela Seeger <bela.seeger at okfn.de>:
> Liebe openGLAM Mailingliste,
> am 25./26. April findet Coding da Vinci, der Kultur-Hackathon, wieder statt (Wikimedia Deutschland, Tempelhofer Ufer 4/5), und wir möchten euch herzlich einladen, vorbeizukommen und daran teilzunehmen!
> Im Rahmen der diesjährigen Veranstaltung werden 33 Kulturinstitutionen aus ganz Deutschland offene Kulturdaten aller Art zur freien Nutzung zur Verfügung gestellt, um gemeinsam mit den kreativen Hardware-Bastler/innen, Entwickler/innen und Designer/innen digitale Anwendungen zu entwickeln. Die Datensets sind unter http://codingdavinci.de/daten/ zu finden.
> An beiden Tagen gibt es die Möglichkeit, sich mit anderen Teilnehmenden, Datenexpert_innen und den Kulturinstitutionen auszutauschen, an Workshops teilzunehmen, Ideen zu entwickeln und vor allem Spaß an der Sache zu haben. Natürlich ist auch für Verpflegung gesorgt. Anmeldung unter: http://codingdavinci.de
> Alle weiteren Fragen bitte an bela.seeger at okfn.de oder helene.hahn at okfn.de
> MIt freundlichen Grüßen,
> Das Coding da Vinci Team
> Open Knowledge Foundation Deutschland
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