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Monthly Archives: March 2010

W3C eGov at FOSE

March 23, 2010

Tomorrow afternoon, several members of the Interest Group will be at FOSE presenting Putting Government Data on the Web: It sounds like a great idea. Now, how do we do it?.

If you’re in town, by all means come by. It’s free to many, and only $60 to the rest. I hear it’s a grand event (this will be my first time going), and it’s a good chance to connect with like-minded folks.

Posted by: Sandro Hawke at 1:21 am categories: Events

Meetings This Week

March 1, 2010

Meetings this week:

Wednesday, 3 March

Thursday, 4 March

Friday, 5 March

All meeting are on the usual teleconference bridge (+1.617.761.6200) with the conference code 3468(“EGOV”). For more details see teleconferences.

Posted by: Sandro Hawke at 11:45 pm categories: Events

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