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Registration for Open Government Data Camp 2011 is now open!

The following post is from Jonathan Gray, Community Coordinator at the Open Knowledge Foundation.

We’re delighted to announce that registration for Open Government Data Camp 2011 is now open!

This will be the biggest international open data event to date.

An quick overview in numbers:

  • 2 days of talks, workshops and code sprints
  • 10 days of satellite events
  • 23 partner organisations
  • 44 person strong Steering Committee
  • 50 countries expected to be represented

The main camp will take place on 20-21st October in Warsaw, with satellite events on 17-27th October.

You can get an early bird ticket here:

  • You can find out more about the event here:

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If you’d like to know more about open government data, you can see our short #opendata film, which was shot at last year’s camp.

  • James McKinney (@mckinneyjames)

    Will there be travel bursaries for people from across the pond?

    • http://okblogfarm.org/members/rgrp/ Rufus Pollock

      Yes, there will. We’re just finalizing them.

  • http://aurimas.eu Aurimas

    Hi guys,

    Where can I find more information about the satellite events? While Warsaw is not too far away for me, it’s interesting how these are planned to be organised.

    • http://okblogfarm.org/members/theodora/ Theodora Middleton

      Hi there!

      You’ll be able to check out the satellite events at http://ogdcamp.org/satellite/ just as soon as they’re confirmed :-) Hope to see you there!

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