[okfn-discuss] Re: open knowledge event
saul at theps.net
Tue Sep 5 11:37:07 BST 2006
I appreciate this is very irritating to not get an answer for so long,
but the lth group is in a bit of a mess. We will have a meeting on the
10th, and I can give you an answer for sure after that.
I'm afraid our electronic comms systems have not been working at all,
there's turmoil in terms of our relationship with the consortium and it
just seems like only a face to face meeting will do it. You were
unlucky enough to ask me about this date on the day I left for LA - and
missed the August meeting, so the September meeting will have to be
where things get decided.
Hope you understand,
On Sat, Jul 29, 2006 at 12:09:29PM +0100, Rufus Pollock wrote:
> That's great Saul as unfortunately the other options being considered
> seem unlikely to work out :( The sooner we know what dates are possible
> the sooner we can start booking speakers and put out the announcement.
> Saul Albert wrote:
> >Hi Rufus,
> >This sounds do-able, as I said. I'll float the idea to the lth group and
> >let you know what happens.
> >On Wed, Jul 26, 2006 at 06:51:49PM +0100, Rufus Pollock wrote:
> >>Dear Saul,
> >>Further to phone conversation here is some info about the event. If
> >>there is any more information that would be useful please let me know.
> >>## Open Knowledge Forum ##
> >>The event is currently planned for Saturday 30th of September but we are
> >>still flexible on the date and could move it back to a later Saturday in
> >>October. The event would likely last all day starting around 10 or 11 in
> >>the morning and finishing around 6 or 7pm. Numbers would be in the range
> >>100-300 people (of course the actual numbers will be determined by the
> >>size of the venue). Topics to be covered include civic information, open
> >>geodata, and open content.
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