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Re: Fwd: International Open Data Conference in Madrid - Proposals

From: Caroline Burle <cburle@nic.br>
Date: Wed, 23 Mar 2016 09:30:13 -0400
To: Martin Alvarez-Espinar <mlvarez@w3.org>, DWBP Public List <public-dwbp-wg@w3.org>
Message-ID: <56F29A65.60006@nic.br>
Hello, Martin!

Thank you for sending this. The editors have talked with Deirdree about 
making a workshop and/or paper submission about the WG. It would be 
great if we send it as official submission from the WG and perhaps with 
Share PSI as well.

Kind regards,

On 22/03/16 08:00, Martin Alvarez-Espinar wrote:
> Hi,
> During the meeting in Zagreb, last week, I was asked for and more 
> information about the International Open Data Conference 
> <http://opendatacon.org>, to be held in Madrid, on 6-7 October. 
> Someone of you already sent some contributions.
> Anyone can propose new topics and sessions to discuss during the 
> event. The Call for Proposals is open until *3rd April*, so two weeks 
> from now.
> To clarify, there are three different tracks:
>   * *Call for Impact*: inspiring open-data-driven initiatives. Impact
>     Sessions will be panels to present lightning (5-8') talks with
>     'Impact Stories' about specific open data topics. Stories must
>     have a clear impact to be presented in this track.
>   * *Call for Sharing*: collaborative learning, Skills, and Good
>     Practice. These Sharing Sessions are interactive and engaging
>     thematic spaces to have in-depth engagement with peers. Sharing
>     sessions seek to allow interest groups or thematic communities to
>     gather together in order to discuss specific topics to solve
>     challenges, collect best practices and learn from others. Each of
>     these sessions will have between 1 and 2 hours reserved.
>   * *Call for Action*. Submissions will help produce a revised version
>     of the community-led IODC roadmap, which will include updated
>     priorities, commitments and required collaborative actions. See
>     more about about this roadmap
>     <http://opendatacon.org/iodc16/call-for-proposals/call-for-action/?lang=en>.
> I think that both, Share PSI and the W3C DWBP groups should propose, 
> at least, a 'sharing' session to continue discussing the work done. 
> Also, all of you (as individuals or on behalf of your organization) 
> have a lot of things to present there. It takes just 5' through a 
> simple form. Please, have into account that if you have budget 
> restrictions to travel, you can ask for some funds to cover these 
> expenses (in the form).
> All the info, and the submission form at: 
> http://opendatacon.org/iodc16/call-for-proposals/
> Let me know if you have any doubt. Also if you plan to attend and/or 
> if you volunteer to send the proposal.
> Best,
> Martin
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