[Open-Legislation] at4am+pippi+pt+pm at OKF?

Daniel Dietrich daniel.dietrich at okfn.org
Mon Sep 3 08:34:48 UTC 2012

Hi Erik,

good point. I agree having a session on this would decently add. Two issues to solve: a) we are very late in the game but we could still try to get a slot. b) who would do it? You, Erik? 

If there is a definite "yes, lets do it" I would try to to find out if there is any chance to sneak in.

All the best

On 2 Sep 2012, at 12:19, JOSEFSSON Erik wrote:

> Hello,
> I wonder if there will be anyone talking about at4am+pippi+pt+pm at OKF? Or parts of that EU transparency package?
> This would be particularly important since the upcoming decision on at4am opens up for integration between an EP-native application and Pippi Longstrings, Par Track and Political Memory etc.
> Each of us is of course most aware about the projects we and our friends are involved in, but I would really like to see someone talk about the projects that have been driving digital activism at the EU level for quite some time now.
> I blogged about it here:
> Taking “utmost transparency” to the next level – at4am for all!
> http://blog.okfn.org/2012/06/27/taking-utmost-transparency-to-the-next-level-at4am-for-all/
> and there has been meetings with EPFSUG on the matter:
> The hacker perspective on lawmaking
> http://epfsug.eu/blog-entry/hacker-perspective-lawmaking
> The at4am decision has even been pushed by FSFE:
> Helping the European Parliament to release its own Free Software
> https://fsfe.org/news/nl/nl-201208.en.html
> I might be a bit EU centric since I work in the EP, but I am sure OKF organisers would agree that what happens in the EP matters more to more people than what many people might know (or like).
> Best regards.
> //Erik
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