The Open Government Data Conference is coming up this Friday, with an impressive line-up of speakers.
The Conference will be followed by an Open Government Data Camp from 4pm-6pm at the same venue. We have updated the event program with a list of Data Camp participants, including:
Anthony Baxter (Google Australia, Crisis Response)
Keitha Booth (Programme Leader, NZ Open Government Data and Information Programme)
We’ve been to Hobart, Sydney and Townsville, and in less than a months time, Professor Brian Fitzerald will be stopping over in Darwin and Alice Springs to explain how the CC licences work.
Credits—Photo: Adaptation (crop) of ‘Winging it over the Desert‘ by Cyron, licensed under CC BY 2.0 Generic.
We previously announced that the Open Government Data Conference was to be held Friday, 23 September 2011, at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
The full conference program is now available at the event page.
This free full-day event has been extended to include an Open Government Data Camp from 4pm-5pm, which will showcase several Open Government case studies.
On Thursday, 18 August 2011,5.00pm-6.00pm, Professor Anne Fitzgerald and Neale Hooper of the ccAustralia team will be giving a free talk at Rover Thomas Arena, Australia Council for the Arts. The seminar aims to explain how CC may be utilised…
Open Government data is a topic of current strategic interest. From emergency and natural disaster response management through health, education and the environment, to the development of new-data driven services and technologies, it it critically important to be able to obtain access to publicly funded data, in reusable formats.
On Friday, 23 September 2011, 8.30am – 5.00pm we will be holding an Open Government Data Conference at QUT Gardens Point Campus in Brisbane.