[open-science] OKFest Open Science round up

Jenny Molloy jcmcoppice12 at gmail.com
Wed Aug 6 09:37:09 UTC 2014

Hi Peter

Thanks, that's brilliant, I will update the page.
I realised I also skipped the Public Lab session - sorry Shannon this was a
major oversight!

If anyone would be willing to feedback on ' DIY Making for Social and
Environmental Justice' or knows of a write up that already exists please
get in touch.



On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 10:15 AM, Peter Kraker <pkraker at know-center.at>

> Thanks Jenny, great post! Here is another Open Science session from the
> festival:
> Open Data and the Panton Principles for the Humanities. How do we go about
> that?
> Sched entry: http://sched.co/1oRW5kv
> Etherpad: https://pad.okfn.org/p/Panton_Principles_for_the_Humanities
> Slides: http://slideshare.net/pkraker/opendata-humanities
> Organized by Iain Emsley (Open Humanities Open Knowledge Working Group),
> facilitated by Peter Kraker (Know-Center/OKF Panton Fellow)
> The goal of this session is to devise a set of clear principles which
> describe what we mean by Open Data in the humanities, what these should
> contain and how to the use them.
> Peter kicked off with a presentation to get everyone up to speed (see
> slideshare.net/pkraker/opendata-humanities). We first went go through
> definitions for open science and open data. Then, we looked at the Panton
> Principles for Open Data in Science (see http://pantonprinciples.org) and
> a proposed adaptation for the humanities (see
> http://austgate.co.uk/2013/10/repost-of-principles-for-open-humanities-and-literature/
> ).
> Afterwards, we had an animated discussion on the issues of open data in
> the humanities (the discussion is summed up nicely in the Etherpad:
> https://pad.okfn.org/p/Panton_Principles_for_the_Humanities). This
> exchange gave us a number of problems with open data in the humanities (see
> http://i.imgur.com/GucCJaJ.jpg) to work with. Then, the participants got
> together into groups of 3 or 4 to come up with solutions to these problems.
> Finally, each group presented their solutions (see
> http://i.imgur.com/QuA62rA.jpg).
> Best,
> Peter
> ________________________________
> Von: open-science [open-science-bounces at lists.okfn.org]" im Auftrag von
> "Peter Murray-Rust [pm286 at cam.ac.uk]
> Gesendet: Samstag, 2. August 2014 20:44
> Bis: Jenny Molloy
> Cc: open-science at lists.okfn.org
> Betreff: Re: [open-science] OKFest Open Science round up
> Many thanks to Jenny.
> After all the fun of OKFest it takes determination to write it all up
> afterwards!
> On Sat, Aug 2, 2014 at 11:26 AM, Jenny Molloy <jcmcoppice12 at gmail.com
> <mailto:jcmcoppice12 at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Hi
> You can access all the etherpads, presentations, tweets etc from the open
> science sessions at OKFest on this round-up page at the working group
> website:
> http://science.okfn.org/okfest14-open-science-round-up/
> Session organisers and attendees, if you have photos, presentations, blog
> posts or more to link please get in touch.
> Likewise, if you'd like to volunteer to summarise the outcome of a session
> that doesn't currently have a write up I;d be really grateful! This
> material will also be transferred to the working group wiki - if anyone has
> wiki expertise and a bit of time to assist with this that would be amazing.
> Thanks all :)
> Jenny
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