I’m just home after a week at the Open Knowledge Festival in Helsinki (and wishing I could have cloned myself and attended each of the 13 streams!):
- open democracy and citizen movements
- transparency and accountability
- open cities
- open design, hardware, manufacturing and making
- open cultural heritage
- open development
- open research and education
- open geodata
- open source software/openmind 2012
- data journalism and visualization
- gender and diversity in openness
- business and open data
- open knowledge and sustainability
Here’s a video summary of some of the highlights of the Open Development stream.
Thanks so much to everyone who organized, supported, funded and attended the sessions!
- OK Festival: What is Open Development from Anahi Ayala Iacucci
- Update: Also from Anahi, from the Open Science stream: The Challenges of Working with Crowd-Sourced Data had quite an ‘open development’ focus
- A week to speak about open development from Christophe Gueret
- Open Development explained by Open for Change
- What might be the most critical piece of all, if you want to get into global power dynamics – Open Corporate Data
- Any/all sessions via the recorded live stream.
- Keep in touch, find out more, or join the Open Development Working Group.