Picture by Libertic.
Dear OKCon speakers, workshop organisers, participants, partners and supporters,
OKCon was a fantastic event, spanning over a total of four days, spreading out all around Geneva, attended by more than 900 people from 55 countries on site and with many more joining us online (and we’re currently counting you too).
And the fun is not over: the OKCon team is still at work – for you and with you!
- We have created a survey that we’d love everybody who attended OKCon either in person or online to fill out by October 20th – it’s very important for us all to learn from the experience and run even better and more exciting events in the future! Thank you very much for your time – we really appreciate it.
- We are going to update the website in the next few weeks, uploading talks, slides and pictures and a community report with data and stats about this year’s OKCon – plenty of material to link to and share so we can keep talking and making noise about the topics we care about the most.
And what about the future?
- We are already getting hands-on with OKFestival 2014 and can’t wait to welcome you all to Berlin next summer!
- We’re working on a plan for future OKCons running all around the globe – watch this space to be the first to hear about it!
As the Open Knowledge Foundation's Events Manager Beatrice leads the team organising OKFestival 2014 (Berlin, July 15-18 – see you there!). Furthermore, she coordinates other Open Knowledge Foundation events working to expand the organisation’s global network through a variety of in person and online actions and formats.
She's also a core member of OpenTechSchool, a community initiative offering free programming workshops and meetups. Follow her on Twitter @beatricemartini.