[okfn-discuss] OFCOM Public Service Publisher (PSP) consultation response
rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Thu Mar 22 10:37:12 GMT 2007
Saul Albert wrote:
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2007 at 04:03:44PM +0000, Tim Cowlishaw wrote:
>> Happy to draft these in, if everyone agrees....
> Hi all,
> I had a go at synthesising my draft and Rufus' comments:
Great work Saul.
> At Rufus' suggestion I removed the p2p bit and the semweb bit - perhaps
> these are the kinds of projects the psp we call for could support -
> rather than core properties of the psp itself. This makes it even
Yes I think it would be cool if they did do that but I think at this
stage it would be taking us a bit far off-topic.
> simpler and shorter - which I like.
I've added a scenarios section which tries to convert our general
suggestions into a couple of concrete examples. Also do we need a
definition of open content/open data somewhere -- perhaps as a
postscript (given that their consultation site is called open media
network I'm concerned their meaning of open is much more limited than
> However, I haven't had time to add Tim and Martin's ideas - perhaps
> you'd have time to do this Tim? I'm afraid I'm under the gun for the
> next few weeks so won't have a chance.
> Also I remember Becky Hogge saying she could do some work on this. I
> think it still needs some development - and then some promotion to get
> lots of good signatories.
Given time constraints I think we will have to keep this fairly
restricted (though we could do a later call via boingboing which would
Current potential signatories:
* Open Knowledge Foundation
* Free Culture UK
* Open Rights Group (need to confirm)
* Knowledge Ecology International (was cptech) -- need to contact
* ? other suggestions
If we want individual signatories we could put this out to various lists
though I am wary of doing this given time limit (and need to corral the
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