[wdmmg-discuss] Open Data Initiatives AmsterdamP.pptx (jonathan.gray at okfn.org)
lucy.chambers at okfn.org
Wed Jun 8 13:27:02 UTC 2011
In response to your question our aim for the near future is to get to
a stage where very little technical knowledge is required, so that
people can input their data with the help of our documentation and
some 'mentors' from the comunity but it doesn't hurt to have a
resident computer geek if you have one ;). We are currently writing a
loader system which allows people to input their data by writing some
'mapping metadata' in a Google Doc.
We have also been contacted by Lex Slaghuis (in cc') about a
nationwide collaboration and would like to arrange a Skype call in the
near future to make sure that we share knowledge, experience and
@ Lex, Katalin - would 6pm (CEST) on Monday be a good time for a quick
catchup via Skype?
On the note of idea-sharing, for future contact - could you cc one of
the mailing lists when you contact us (this allows other people to
also benefit from your response and stops me becoming the bottleneck
and also means people interested in collaborations are able to keep
each other in the loop):
wdmmg-discuss for general questions:
wdmmg-dev for any technical questions:
Looking forward to hearing from you,
On Tue, Jun 7, 2011 at 1:31 PM, Katalin Gallyas
<katalingallyas at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Lucy,
> I am sorry for my late answer. Yes we would be very interested in a wheredoesmymoneygoes to in amsterdam.
> What are the minimum requirements (technical) and how could we collaborate on this?
> Let's arrange a skype telco soon!
> thanks a lot,. best regards, Katalin
> 2011/5/27 Lucy Chambers <lucy.chambers at okfn.org>
>> Dear Katalin,
>> Thank you for getting in touch - we would love to talk more about working to build a version of 'Where Does My Money Go?' for Amsterdam ))
>> Would you be available to come to the Skype meeting we are holding next week, Thursday 2nd, 6pm UTC (I think that's 8pm Amsterdam time) to discuss this further?
>> There's a pad for this meeting below - if you could make it, could you just add your name and Skype ID to the participants and I will make sure you are included!
>> Looking forward to speaking to you soon,
>> On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Jonathan Gray <jonathan.gray at okfn.org> wrote:
>>> Brilliant - thanks very much!
>>> Re: Open Spending - this would be fantastic! I'm cc'ing Lucy Chambers who is the Open Spending Community Coordinator.
>>> Lucy: Katalin works at the City of Amsterdam and is interested in collaborating with us on city level spending data. Can you liaise with her about this?
>>> Re: OKCon - yes please! :-)
>>> Daniel: can you give Katalin a slot in the OKCon 2011 programme, if there's still space?
>>> Katalin: great to meet you!
>>> All the best,
>>> On Tue, May 24, 2011 at 5:03 PM, <katalingallyas at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Attached: Open Data Initiatives AmsterdamP.pptx
>>>> Message from katalingallyas at gmail.com:
>>>> Dear Jonathan,
>>>> Pls, find attached my presentation from Budapest.
>>>> I have found it very useful to meet OKFN, I am still thinking of possible ways to collaborate. Like we would love to launch a 'Wheredoesmymoneygoesto" web app in Amsterdam. Maybe you could help us with some insights, tools.
>>>> About Berlin , yes, I would like to come, could you let me know if you would like me to be a speaker? There are lots of initiatives are going around open data in Amsterdam and I think i can show the best ''rated'' apps from Amsterdam in your event. And i could zoom in the ''guerilla'' policy making story on Open Data in Amsterdam.
>>>> regards, Katalin
>>>> Google Docs makes it easy to create, store and share online documents, spreadsheets and presentations.
>>> Jonathan Gray
>>> Community Coordinator
>>> The Open Knowledge Foundation
>> Lucy Chambers
>> Community Coordinator
>> Open Knowledge Foundation
>> Skype: lucyfediachambers
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