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* Vagner Diniz
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* Flavio Yanai
* Newton Calegari

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Monday 31 March - Tuesday 1 April 2014


Face to Face Agenda Proposal - London - March 31st and April 1st

This agenda proposal gives more floor to group discussions and group work on the draft. It also encompass many of Steve's ideas above. In summary, the agenda starts in the morning of the first day with a keynote, followed by plenary discussion on Guidelines for F2F work in order to get everyone in the same page. The first afternoon and the second morning is reserved for working on the documents in two or three task forces according to the agreed methodology. After 8 hours of working, the expected outcomes is the preliminary version of the first draft. The last afternoon is reserved to set guidelines for the working on the 2 Vocabs.

This agenda proposal will work out if the group has extra work in advance to write a more robust document. Expected outcomes are Use Cases Group Note, BP preliminary version and Guidelines for Vocab documents.

Proposal from Caroline, Ig Bittencourt, Nathalia, Yaso, Newton, Vagner

1st day (31/03)

8:00: Group Presentation

8:15: F2F Welcome to IBM Southbank

8:30: Keynote - Paul Maltby, UK Cabinet Office

9:15: Discussion with Keynote

10:00: coffee break

10:30: Guidelines This plenary section will set guidelines for the group working. Plenary will agree on:

  • Scope
  • Deliverables
  • Challenges in common
  • Questions in common
  • Work Methodology
  • Construction of a working High Level outline of our First Draft
  • Division in task forces

The methodology of working is the cornerstone of our meeting. Considering the shortage of time, agile methodology will help the task forces get the outcomes.

12:30: lunch

14:00: Working in the Documents in task forces

  • Use Cases Document
  • BP document

16:00: Coffee break

16:30: Working in the Documents in task forces

  • BP document
  • Use Cases Document

17:00: Closing Keynote: Brian Prangle, OpenStreetMaps.ORG


Dinner nearby...

2nd day (01/04)

8:00: Addressing critical points

This plenary session aims to address the critical points raised by the task forces in the previous sessions. It will give feedback to task force's last revision of the first draft.

9:00: Draft's last revision in task forces

  • Use Cases Document
  • BP document

10:00: coffee break

10:30: Last revision (cont'ed)

  • Use Cases Document
  • BP document

11:30: Task Forces Wrap-up

  • Task Forces presentation - Q&A
  • DWBP Draft - First version

12:30: lunch

14:00: Working on the vocabs in task forces

  • Data Usage Description
  • Quality and Granularity

16:00: Coffee break

16:30: Working on the vocabs in task forces

  • Data Usage Description
  • Quality and Granularity

18:00: THE END


Please add your name below if you are coming to the meeting.

  • Phil Archer
  • Steve Adler
  • Deirdre Lee
  • Hadley Beeman
  • Antoine Isaac
  • Carlos Laufer
  • Yaso
  • Carlos Iglesias
  • Ig Ibert Bittencourt Santana Pinto
  • Caroline Burle
  • Vagner Diniz
  • Flavio Yanai
  • Newton Calegari


  • Ghislain Atemezing
  • Eric Stephan
  • Makx Dekkers
  • Nathalia Sautchuk


IBM's Client Centre, Southbank, London (map)


London Hotels vary in price from expensive to How Much?! Both Travelodge and Premier Inn offer reasonable value for money.

The IBM Client Centre is near many of the most famous landmarks so if you're planning to do some site seeing you won't have far to go. If you want to stay further away from the centre then the tube (Underground) is usually very efficient.