- Mako is keynoting LCA (January, Wellington). WOOT.
- There was a conference in Portland recently called Open Source Bridge and it looks like it was really freaking cool.
- Really cool looking event in Canberra this week, courtesy of Senator Lundy — Public Sphere 2 – Government 2.0 Includes the creation of a Government 2.0 Taskforce which will provide some advice and even some funding! From the event itself, a wiki-based outcomes document is yet to surface.
- The P2P Foundation blog is publishing some interview with Wikipedians & ex-Wikipedians this week:
- Michel Bauwens and Axel Bruns (Bauwens is AFAIK the main person behind the P2P Foundation. Bruns is an author and also keeps a blog ; he’s rather fond of the term produsage)
- ‘Cedric’ and Barry Kort (‘Cedric’ is from Wikipedia Review; Barry Kort is from MIT, and was involved in drama at en.wp as User:Moulton and has written a ‘Knol’ called The governance model of Wikipedia)
- Wikimania sneak peek! Since no announcement has been made, I’m not sure if we’re supposed to be able to see these yet or not…
- There’s an Open Education Conference being held in Canada during August 12-14. The speakers look pretty diverse, so if you’re interested in attending, check out how to apply for one of their travel scholarships.
Well it is conference season…
Especially for the insight into wikimania.
You got the same for wikiGLAM?
I really would like to consider that we could do a bit of linking between a few sites (for either). Mentioned it to Liam before the left.
And san fran. http://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/comproj/2009-June/thread.html
— simonfj · 29. June 2009, 07:59
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