[euopendata] [psi-workers] [open-government] Rules + website for Open Data Challenge
paul at openforumeurope.org
Mon Mar 28 13:11:58 BST 2011
I also replied via Doodle. I agree with Federico that the website, rules etc
could be in English but the initial invites should be in at least the three
core EU languages - English, French and German.
Also I think entrants should be able to submit in these three languages. I
know it means more work processing the submissions but if this is to be a
pan-EUropean contest I think you can't avoid doing this. Perhaps we should
check with the European Commission...
On 28 March 2011 11:33, Federico Morando <federico.morando at polito.it> wrote:
> On 03/26/2011 07:15 PM, Jonathan Gray wrote:
>> What do people think? I've created a poll on "Should the Open Data
>> Challenge website be in multiple languages?" here:
> I answered online, but I want to add that the call (i.e. the email that we
> send around) could probably be in multiple languages, while the website and
> the rules should be in English, imho; moreover, I would ask for submissions
> including English as one of the languages. In fact, doing otherwise would be
> nice, but it would require a lot of additional effort and this is probably
> excessive in the context of a project without any EU funding...
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