Open Knowledge Conference Berlin

Posted: June 14, 2011 in Events
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Who?

Open Knowledge Foundation

What?

‘Open’ knowledge is any material – whether content, data or general information – which anyone is free to use, re-use and redistribute without restriction. They promote the creation, dissemination and use of open knowledge in all its forms, from genes to geodata, sonnets to statistics.

When?

Thursday 30th June – Friday 1st July, all day

Where?

Kalkscheune,
Johannisstr. 2,
10117 Berlin,
Germany (see map)

Why?

All the big names in Open Data will be there with tracks including ‘Data Journalism: What Next?‘ and ‘Open Data in the newsroom: How should a workflow for data-journalist look like?‘. There will be hands on workshops that whole week with hands-on scraping via ScraperWiki. Sign up here.

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