[Open-Legislation] [euopendata] Extended deadline April 28th : Open Legislative Data Conference in Paris - July 6-7

Antti Poikola antti.poikola at gmail.com
Sun Apr 15 21:10:46 UTC 2012

Thanks Benjamin for the reminder,

next week we have also first deadline for call for proposals [1] to the 
Open Knowledge festival (http://okfestival.org/) and I know that there 
are people interested in open democracy and legislation. Maybe there 
could be some sort of continuation of the discussions from Paris to 

I forwarded this to Joonas Pekkanen from the avoinministeriö (open 
ministry ).

[1] Call for Proposalshttp://okfestival.org/call-for-proposals/
[2] Open ministry 


On 15.4.2012 23:07, Benjamin Ooghe-Tabanou wrote:
> Dear everyone,
> This is a quick reminder about the Open Legislative Data Conference we
> are organising in Paris on July 6-7:
> http://www.lafabriquedelaloi.fr/conference/
> At first, we would like to remind that attendance is open and free to
> anybody interested in parliamentary and legislative informatics.
> Subscription for simple attendance to the conference will soon be
> proposed online and we invite you to subscribe to the following
> mailing-list to be kept informed (simply send an empty mail to:
> thelawfactory-subscribe at ml.regardscitoyens.org )
> Regarding presentations, we already received a good number of
> applications for talks with people coming from all of Europe, Africa
> and America, but we still have a few places left for 5 to 10 minutes
> talks and a couple small grants to fund trips. Therefore the deadline
> for proposals was extended to April 28th. Please do not hesitate and
> submit your proposals !
> All the best,
> Benjamin for Regards Citoyens
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