[euopendata] Open Data flow chart orig files Re: Third EU Open Data Call (Tue 2010-02-09 at 1600 GMT)
christophe.gueret at gmail.com
Thu Feb 11 14:19:34 GMT 2010
I can start working on a French translation of the poster if you want.
On 11 February 2010 14:41, Ton Zijlstra <ton.zijlstra at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Antti,
> The original files are in Adobe Illustrator, and James Burke can give you
> access to them.
> James, can you send Antti a link to get to the .ai files for the open data
> flow chart poster?
> Interdependent Thoughts
> Ton Zijlstra
> ton at tonzijlstra.eu
> On Mon, Feb 8, 2010 at 9:29 AM, Antti Poikola <antti.poikola at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Great update Ton
>> I could make the Finnish translation of the poster if I get the original
>> files... or how do you do the translations with the Norwegian?
>> Congrats Michael... is thre any gallery or something about the winners?
>> We are going to have today the kick-start meeting for Apps for Democracy
>> Finland 2010. And with Daniel from Germany we decided to start streamlining
>> the European Apps-contests (discussing the rules, prices, focus etc.) so
>> that we save work in organizing the competitions and that they are more or
>> les comparable wich makes it possible to have European wide contest maybe
>> next year. It would be great to have also participants from different
>> European countries and to get the participants to use data also over
>> So far Daniel have set up a wiki (still empty) in www.apps4democracy.eu,
>> and I set up a posterous blog apps4democracy.posterous.com
>> And about the timing of the call, I will add that point to the agenda.
>> Ton Zijlstra wrote:
>>> Hi Antti, all,
>>> I hope to be there in the call Tuesday, but I am not sure if I will make
>>> it back home in time for it. So I'll ping Antti when I get online (which
>>> maybe halfway into the call).
>>> Some updates:
>>> I was at the Danish ODIS conference last Thursday (they hired me to
>>> moderate the discussion), where a.o. John Sheridan and Peter Corbett were
>>> speaking. It was also the final of the open data competition they did in
>>> Denmark, with the Minister for Science announcing the winners. One of them
>>> was Michael Friis whom some of you may know.
>>> Also present and speaking was Javier Hernandez-Ros of the European
>>> commission, who is working on how the EU directive and INSPIRE directive get
>>> implemented in the EU member states. I gave him our Open Data Flowchart, and
>>> he asked us if we could generate more conversation at
>>> http://epsiplatform.eu (who do by the way have a useful newsfeed)
>>> http://www.flickr.com/photos/tonz/4330602361/in/set-72157623228165543/for a pic of Javier with the flow chart. My impression is that Javier is
>>> someone we can very well feed info and our vision to. He seems to have a
>>> very high altitude overview, but less sight of the details. E.g. he thought
>>> 'Germany is doing nothing on open data', which is true on a federal level
>>> (see this interview e.g.
>>> http://www.epsiplatform.eu/news/news/reflections_on_a_german_data_gov or
>>> original http://blog.kooptech.de/2010/02/datagovde-deutschland/) but not
>>> true on the state-level. E.g. Lower Saxony is in the process of creating an
>>> open data catalogue. Javier Hernandez-Ros would I think be interested in us
>>> feeding this kind of detailed info back to the EU level.
>>> Left in that pic I mentioned you see Olav, from Norway who is making the
>>> Norwegian version of that flow chart (we discussed his translation).
>>> I guess Olav is also the one Jonathan is in contact with to bring into
>>> the call?
>>> The day after the conference I had a meeting at the Danish IT and Telecom
>>> Agency (part of the min of science), to discuss how to move the open data
>>> effort / community in Denmark forward. They were also interested in being
>>> connected to the wider European network, as it will help them to show what
>>> can/should be done, and overcome some of the internal discussions going on
>>> within Denmark.
>>> I haven't been in touch yet with James on how to go about ourdata.eu <
>>> http://ourdata.eu>. Andy from Austria has added some info in it since
>>> the last call. But it is in need of some love and attention. I'd like it to
>>> be a place where open data stories are collected from around the EU.
>>> James and I have been invited to speak at a gathering of the Dutch
>>> Semantic Web community next Friday. That group was missing in our network
>>> until this point, but that bridge is now getting build. See
>>> That's all for now. Hope to talk to you tomorrow.
>>> Interdependent Thoughts
>>> Ton Zijlstra
>>> ton at tonzijlstra.eu <mailto:ton at tonzijlstra.eu>
>>> On Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 6:44 PM, Antti Poikola <antti.poikola at gmail.com<mailto:
>>> antti.poikola at gmail.com>> wrote:
>>> EU Open Data People
>>> The third call is getting closer (not this, but next Tuesday 9th of
>>> Feb.). The call was decided to be limited strictly to one hour this
>>> time. As I (Antti Poikola, also known as Jogi) promised to host the
>>> call, I have few tasks for you all:
>>> Please go to the Etherpad and mark there if yo are able to
>>> participate in the call, and add your skype-name, so I know who
>>> should I try to reach
>>> I picked from the older Etherpads the introductions of "EU Open Data
>>> People" and added those in wiki, Please check your own story and
>>> update it there:
>>> Send here on the list in advance if you have some specific topics in
>>> Action items from last call, you may comment the status:
>>> -Jonathan Gray: to invite representative from Norway
>>> -All: would be great to comment on + fill in:
>>> -Everyone hold the days 23-25 April open in your calendars for the
>>> OKN conference
>>> -James and Ton will look on how we could all use http://ourdata.eu/
>>> as common place to post things about national events.
>>> -One-to-one discussions between Apps for Democracy
>>> contest-organizers (Atleast Jogi and Daniel... who else)
>>> -Everybody, get to know your national representative of ePSI:
>>> -James, Jogi, Daniel: Organize the datacatalog/registry workshop:
>>> BR, Antti "Jogi" Poikola (Finland)
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Knowledge Representation & Reasoning Group
Computational Intelligence Group
Department of Computer Science, AI
VU University Amsterdam
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