[Openglam_members] OpenGLAM members call: 26th of June 5:00 BST
mbrinkerink at beeldengeluid.nl
Fri Jun 28 11:49:05 UTC 2013
Looks like a good start!
Op 28 jun. 2013, om 10:55 heeft Joris Pekel <joris.pekel at okfn.org> het volgende geschreven:
> Hi all,
> This is what I have proposed as a schedule now:
> 10:30 - 11:00: Welcome and registration
> 11:00 - 12:00: Introductions, introduction to OpenGLAM and outline of the program
Can we maybe do the intro in 30 mins?
> 12:00 - 13:00: Metrics: what happens with open cultural data? (Shared session by Maarten, Sarah, Marco and Beat)
Would be great to add 30 mins on discussion and action planning for metrics.
> 13:00 - 14:00: lunch
> 14:00 - 15:00: Building , Curating and Using the commons (Shared session by Primavera, me and/or Sam and Nicole Beale)
> 15:00 - 16:00: Kickstarting an OpenGLAM initiative - experiences form other countries
> 16:00 - 17:00: Kickstarting an OpenGLAM initiative - discussion and action planning.
> 17:00 - goodbye.
> Love to hear your thoughts
> 2013/6/20 Maarten Brinkerink <mbrinkerink at beeldengeluid.nl>
> Dear all,
> Because I unfortunately can't join this time, some remarks inline:
> Op 20 jun. 2013, om 11:37 heeft Joris Pekel <joris.pekel at okfn.org> het volgende geschreven:
>> There are two things I really want to discuss with you.
>> 1. Some of you already know, but I will be leaving the OKF next month. I have been offered a job by Europeana and decided to do it. The great part is that they very much like the work we are doing with OpenGLAM and they allow me to keep supporting it. I will therefore become the Working Group coordinator of OpenGLAM and keep working a lot with the OKF, but from a different position. What I would like to talk about is how we look at OpenGLAM. Me and Sam would really like to see this develop as a community driven working group, and not so much as an 'OKF-only' initiative. More like, "this is openGLAM, and it is powered by the OKF, Europeana, Open Culture Data, Wikimedia etc". I love to hear your thoughts about this. If you already have thoughts, please mail them!
> I think this really makes sense!
>> 2. OKcon 'Building the Cultural Commons session. Who of you is planning on attending? What do you think we should be doing? We (Beat, Maarten, Sarah, Marco, Sam and me) already have some ideas, but it would be good to sync them up. For me the main question at the moment is the balance between an 'experts' workshop about the challenges and such, and OpenGLAM advocacy. (Beat I will get back to you about this soon..) I would really like to invite a couple of representatives from big GLAMs in Switzerland, but also want te make sure it does not become an introduction workshop to open culture data.
> I'll definitely attend. Concerning the balance between expert conversations and OpenGLAM advocacy: Maybe we can have a bit (3 hours?) session on 'How to kick-start a national OpenGLAM movement' aimed at the local representatives? I could for instance give a similar presentation about Open Cultuur Data, that I gave in Belgium, to provide them with the basics, before they started Open Cultuur Datat BE. A similar intro from OpenGLAM and a presentation about different scenarios for GLAM-Wiki activities could also fit into that. At least one hour of that session should be discussion with those representatives, allowing them to respond to our suggestions.
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