These are my slides from the Open Syllabus Conference and Hackathon at Columbia University on June 6-7, 2014 in New York City.
This week I am at the Kuali Community Workshop in Atlanta, GA. We are working towards specficiations for our next releases as well as doing work around consortial implementations and meeting with our technical council. Today is all about the OLE Board and several great ideas that are being voted on for the benefit of our investor community.
More to come…
To see our whole slate of meetings check out – https://www.kuali.org/kcw/2014/schedule/foundation
This week I am at the Lyrasis/Mellon funded Supporting Cultural Heritage Open Source Software (SCHOSS) Symposium in Atlanta, GA. If you want to follow us we are using an etherpad at this link. You can follow us on Twitter at #SCHOSS This is a fun group and one that should continue to share knowledge over time about long-term sustainability for open source software in the cultural heritage sphere.
I will be putting up my sldes here for my governance talk which is happening tomorrow. Am so glad to be back in Atlanta and got to go to Mary Mac’s Tea Room last night.
More to come on this meeting and on next week’s Kuali Community Workshop also happening here in Atlanta, GA.
This week I am at the 98th Annual ESA Conference in Minneapolis, MN. We are having a panel discussion on all of the current NSF DataNet Projects tonight 08.06.13, DataOne, TerraPop, SEAD, and DFC. They are a bit extreme at this event – they have programming until 10pm at night. Our talk is in a session called DataNet: Demonstrations of Data Discovery, Access, and Sharing Tools.
My slides are found below: