[Open-transport] Working group website?
laura.newman at okfn.org
Mon Mar 12 08:33:17 UTC 2012
Of course! There are many ways of going about this.
One way is for me simply to create the site and leave you to add content.
Alternatively, we can begin with a concentrated sprint (typically 1-2
hours) during which a few people work together on the website.
The sprint method has worked well with other groups, but it does take a
little more coordination. Either is fine, it's entirely up to you. I agree
it would be great to get something together and give this working group a
boost, and I'm happy to help out!
On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 8:22 PM, Pieter Colpaert
<pieter.colpaert at okfn.org>wrote:
> Hi Laura,
> At CeBIT I had a very good chat with Hauke, Michael Frankenberg from
> Hacon, Raúl Krauthausen and Stefan Wehrmeyer from Mapnificent. I would
> love to give this workinggroup a little boost in the near future and as
> we're going to have a track at Re:Publica on open transport data it
> would be great if we would have a website as well!
> Can you help us setting this up?
> Kind regards,
> On 03/07/2012 04:02 PM, Laura Newman wrote:
> > Hello Open Transport folk,
> > I was wondering whether you would like a website/blog for the Open
> > Transport working group?
> > It's not essential, but many working groups find it useful to have a
> > facing page where they can post things like blogs/useful links/FAQs. It
> > might be especially useful if you do choose to do something at OKFest.
> > If you would like, I can set up the site and deploy the main OKFN theme.
> > You can then add content and improve to make it your own.
> > For examples of how other working group sites function, see e.g.
> > Open Science: http://science.okfn.org/;
> > Open Economics: http://openeconomics.net/
> > Open Government: http://opengovernmentdata.org/
> > It's entirely up to you whether you choose to have a site - but let me
> > if you would like any assistance!
> > All the best,
> > Laura
> > Laura Newman
> > Community Coordinator
> > Open Knowledge Foundation
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