[open-science] open science meetup in Boston/Cambridge
zyan at mit.edu
Tue Jul 5 18:50:07 BST 2011
Sure, our list is open-science at mit.edu. In case anyone is interested in
meeting with us while in the Boston area, you can find us at Grendel's in
Harvard Square on Sunday evenings, around 11 pm.
On Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 7:34 PM, Jenny Molloy <jcmcoppice12 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I can add a list of local groups to the science.okfn.org site.
> Egon and Yan are you happy for me to add your email list/google group so
> people can find you and get in touch?
> On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 12:29 PM, Jonathan Gray <jonathan.gray at okfn.org>wrote:
>> On Thu, Jun 23, 2011 at 1:20 PM, Egon Willighagen
>> <egon.willighagen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > stkhmos at lists.okfn.org
>> > http://okfn.org/groups/stockholm-open-science/ or
>> > http://okfn.org/groups/stkhmos/
>> > http://stkhmos.science.okfn.org/
>> Yes - you're welcome to have all of these! :-)
>> The one thing I'd also suggest is that national lists are also good -
>> e.g. to pull people interested in different open content/data projects
>> into one bigger discussion. E.g. we have these in Austria, Bulgaria,
>> Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy and other counties. Also have
>> regional open knowledge lists in London, Berlin, etc - for people
>> interested in open knowledge in different domains. This fits with OKF
>> mission of strengthening broader open knowledge community.
>> Kat, Lucy and I are going to be putting further instructions on all
>> this kind of thing into a big document called the OKF Handbook soon -
>> which will let people know how they can use OKF facilities to do
>> useful stuff.
>> >> This said, I'd strongly argue for using the open-science list, group
>> >> and science.okfn.org for things that might be of interest to others!
>> > Customized lists are good for organizing things, and e.g. Swedish
>> > could be allowed on our group list, but also include practical things
>> > whether there are pancakes today at the restaurant we're meeting...
>> > that is, things not of general interest, but useful for the group.
>> Agreed. :-)
>> > General interest things can indeed be better on general lists, or via
>> > e.g. twitter. Our has tag is (as you might have expected from the
>> > above: #stkhmos :)
>> Yes - as long as you promise not to have all the interesting
>> discussions on the Stockholm list! :-)
>> Jonathan Gray
>> Community Coordinator
>> The Open Knowledge Foundation
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