- **What:**Informal, fun evening to meet up, connect, hear updates and and discuss open data, open content and open knowledge. With COP21 taking place this week we’ll also have a special focus on open data related to the climate.
- When: Thursday 10th December, 6:30pm to 9:30pm (talks start at 7pm)
- Where: NUMA, 39 Rue du Caire, 75002 Paris, - http://www.numa.paris/
- Who: All welcome!
- Cost: Free
Registration: just come along - we’re sure to be able to fit you in!
- But if you want to leave your name below its great to have a sense of who’s coming.
Outline of the Evening
- Welcome and Introduction by Rufus Pollock, Open Knowledge Founder and President
- Short talks
- Drinks and discussion
Big thank-you to NUMA for generously hosting us!
- Tommaso Venturini (Kings College Digital Humanities and Sciences Po médialab) talking about the Climate Negotiations and the COP21 agreement
- Benjamin Jean (Inno3) about OpenLaw
- Sam Goeta (tbc) update on Open Knowledge France activities
- Laure Lucchesi (ETALab)
- Rufus Pollock (Open Knowledge) on Data Packages and Frictionless Data
- Gaël Musquet (Lafonderie IDF) talking about data & cars
- Thomas Roca (Agence Francaise de Development)
- TBC - recent legal developments
Want to give a short talk (2-3m)? Please leave a comment below and we’ll try to fit you in
If you want to know a bit more about Open Knowledge and what we are interested in see these recent videos.
Short 2m Interview
You can also watch the longer Putting Openness at the Heart of the Digital Age