PROGRAMME

Last updated: 21th October 8am CEST

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Day I: Thursday October 20th

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TimeSpace ASpace BSpace CSpace DSpace E

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9:00Registration

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9:45Welcome and plenaries by Alek Tarkowski, Rufus Pollock, Carl-Christian Buhr, Neelie Kroes, Ellen Miller and David Eaves

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10:00

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10:15

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10:30

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10:45Break

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11:00Keynote by Minister Michal Boni – member of the Council of Ministers, Poland.Why transparency in export credit sector? by Pranay SinhaOpenStreetMap – how civic cartography can help government and vice-versa by Adam MencwalOpenSpending by Lucy Chambers and the OpenSpending teamOpen Product Data by Øystein Jakobsen

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11:15Civic Commons: Sharing Technology for the Public Good by by Philip AshlockBehind the scenes of data.gov by Jeanne HolmClimbing the Learning Curve with Linked Data by Bernadette Hyland“Otwarty budżet” – opening up Polish public finances data by Alek TarkowskiFollow the stars by Pieter Colpaert and Miel Vander Sande

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11:30Kenya Open Data: first steps and road ahead by Hanif Rahemtulla, Al Kags and Jay BhallaCrowd-sourcing Open Data within Government in 10 days by TH ScheePublishing Linked Open Data in 15 minutes or less by Alvaro GravesSpending Portals: Recommendations and Common Pitfalls by Kaitlin LeeThe future of allotments (community gardens) in the UK: an open data story by Farida Vis

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11:45Civil society participation of open government programs in Brazil on the federal and local levels by Everton Zanella AlvarengaOpen data against corruption – tracking government transactions in Hungary by Julia KeserűCKAN – the open source data hub. Get, use and share data. James Gardner, Open Knowledge Foundation CKAN project.Open Public Procurement:What? Why? How? and Where to Next? by Matej KurianPeer 2 Peer University by John Britton

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12:00Open Data at the Worldbank by Tariq Khokhar Why aid data needs aid? by Ruth del CampoRaw Salad – open data reuse platform by Krzysztof TrzewiczekIs public data really public? by Fero PaulinyOpen Data from and for the schools by Fioretti Marco

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12:15Towards a National Information Strategy: the role of open licensing in shaping open government data principles and practice by Anne FitzgeraldOpen Data in Developing Countries: towards locally sustainable ecosystems by Jose M. AlonsoCreating the Symbiotic City: Bottom-up collaboration for the co-design of Civic Software by Pedro Prieto MartínHyperlocal: Open data and citizen participation by Christian Kreuz

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12:30Lightning Talks

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12:45

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13:00Lunch

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14:00Gov2Gov Open Dataportal managers meeting by Paul Suijkerbuijk and Building Blocks for an Open Government Data Site by Jeanne HolmLinked Open Government Data Workshop by Bernadette Hyland, Luca Martinelli and Martin KaltenböckThe future of apps competitions by Petri Kola & Open Data communities beyond App-competitions by Lex SlaghuisThe United States of Data? Early Lessons for Policymakers
by David Robinson and Harlan Yu
CKAN workshop with the CKAN team

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14:30

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15:00

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15:30

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16:00

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16:30OGD as instrument for (local) government by Ton ZijlstraNew dimensions for open geographic data by Roberto Lucchi & Jan Willem van EckThe World Economic Forum and the Open Data community by Noel HidalgoOpen Bank Project – Raising the bar of financial transparency by Simon Redfern

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17:00

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17:30

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18:00

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19:00Get together!

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Day II: Friday October 21st

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TimeSpace ASpace BSpace CSpace DSpace E

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9:00Registration

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9:45Welcome and plenaries by Andrew Rasiej, Tom Steinberg, Chris Taggart, Nigel Shadboldt and Andrew Stott

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10:00

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10:15

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10:30

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10:45Break

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11:00Directive on the Re-use of Public Sector Information by Matthew PearcetheDataHub: a community open data hub for the World. Rufus Pollock and Irina BolchevskyThe Open Knowledge Index – Measuring and tracking progress in knowledge creation by Nannette SchliebnerExperiences from TravelHack 2011: enablers for successful digital service innovation based on Open Data by Anders HjalmarssonLow-cost. High quality tools and support – the Norwegian Approach to opening up more public sector data by Heather Broomfield

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11:15Free our Data: lessons from a five-year campaign that succeeded by Michael CrossOGD Vienna by Christian HabernigOpen data against corruption – tracking government transactions in Hungary by Julia Keserű FixMyTransport.com by Tom SteinbergYear of Open Government Data in Finland

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11:30Open Data at the Guardian by Lisa EvansGetting your city on the open data track by Ton ZijlstraOpenness means cake by Iván Sánchez OrtegaTurning data streams into rivers of information by Aidan McguireThe Portuguese Path to Open Government by João Ricardo Vasconcelos

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11:45Lightning TalksOpen Government Data in Switzerland by André GolliezHow to Build an Open Data Initiative in your City/State/Country Jonathan BrunRotterdam Open Data Store by Jeffrey Cafferata & Cliff OdijkOpen data in Albania and the Balkans Aranita Brahaj

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12:00Rotterdam Open Data by Leon GommansSupervizor – shortcut to better government transparency by Marko Samastur

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12:15Hyperlocal: Open data and citizen participation by Christian KreuzDemo.cratica: visualising Parliaments by Ana Carvalho & Ricardo Lafuente

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12:30Sponsored Talk by Microsoft: Open Data, Open Innovation and the Cloud by Mark GaylerBeyond the dataset: building eco-systems for effective use by Tim DaviesApps4Italy: the Italian open data contest by Lorenzo BenussiLightning Talks

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12:45

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13:00Lunch

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14:00What the information industry and open data movement can learn from each other by Ton Zijlstra and Rolf NordqvistCross Border Open Data by Chris TaggartLAPSI legal Workshop by Cristiana Sappa et al. plus “PSI +” Open access to scientific, educational and cultural resources by Igor Ostrowski“Ready2Open” – Munich’s Open Government / Open Data self-assessment tool for public agencies by Marcus DappOpen… by Andrew Rasiej & Nigel Shadbolt

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14:30

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15:00

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15:30

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16:00Break

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16:30Gov2Gov Policy making of Open Data by Paul SuijkerbuijkBreaking Information Barriers at Grassroots by Fayazuddin AhmadInternational Open Data licences from national
perspectives by Benjamin Ooghe & Claire Gallon
PSI, Public Service Media and Heritage by David Kitzinger and Gabriella IvacsOpen Data Day 2011 by David Eaves

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17:00

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17:30

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18:00

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18:30Closing Ceremony with Rufus Pollock and Keynote Speakers

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19:00Get together!

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