W3C eGovernment Interest Group
Open F2F Meeting @ TPAC
31 October - 1 November 2011
|Dates:||31 October - 1 November 2011|
|Time:||9:00 to 17:00 Pacific Time|
|Venue:||Santa Clara Marriott, Santa Clara, California, (Silicon Valley) USA, part of W3C TPAC|
|Registration:||Closed but Members of the IG may participate remotely without registering.|
|Contact:||Jeanne Holm email@example.com|
Remote participation will be possible via the usual dial-in and IRC channels, namely:
- Dial +1-617-761-6200 or sip:firstname.lastname@example.org (about voip at W3C) then conference code 346844# ("EGOVIG#")
- W3C IRC channel #egov, see http://www.w3.org/Project/IRC/ or use http://irc.w3.org/?channels=egov
N.B. European daylight saving ends Sunday 30th October but not for another week in the US. The time difference between the USA and Europe is therefore one hour less than usual. See the world clock to check what 09:00 Pacific Time means where you are! Where possible, topics that are known to be of direct interest to remote participants have been given early slots on the agenda.
The W3C eGovernment Interest Group was chartered in June of 2008 recognizing that governments throughout the World needed assistance and guidance in achieving the promises of electronic government through technology and the Web. An updated charter was issued in June 2011.
The group and its efforts fill a distinct gap in the Web and technology standards space focusing on the unique and diverse needs and issues that governments throughout the developed and developing World face in enabling electronic service and information delivery and providing opportunities for discovery, interaction and participation.
This meeting will bring together government officials, computer scientists, civic activists, and academics specializing in both technical and legal eGovernment issues, leaders in the Web standards community, as well as a wide range of companies providing products and services in the government marketplace.
Purpose of the Meeting
The Group will be creating a resource of government data examples, standards, and policies in the areas of
- Government data
- Social media
- Community directory
- Education and outreach
- Data licensing
Sessions on open discussion following a provocation/reflection/action approach:
- Provocation of challenges in establishing and sustaining eGovernment activities
- Analyze how those could be addressed and examples of success
- Create actions that the Group should take to be most effective
(Please note that breaks and meals are on the participant's own)
Monday, 31 October 2011 (all times in US PST)
- 09.00-09.30 - Introductions by Participants and Observers [All]
- 09.30-10.00 - Introductions and Goals of the Meeting [Jeanne Holm, Phil Archer]
- 10.00-10.30 - View from the Government and Stakeholders, What Is More Important, What Is Missing, What the Future Could Bring to eGov
- 10.30-10.45 - Break
- 10.45-12.30 - Reports from the Open Government Data Camp (Warsaw 20-21 Oct 2011) [continued]
- 12.30-14.00 - Lunch
- 14.00-14.30 - Reports from World Bank and Open Government Data Camp [Josema, Hadley, Jeanne]
- 14.30-16.30 - Open Government Data Practices and Policies [Chair: Hadley Beeman (slides) and Panel presentations: please let Hadley know if you wish to contribute]] (PhilA slides)
- 16.30-16.45 - Break
- 16.45-17.30 - Accessibility [Jason Kiss]
- 18.30-21.00 - Networking/Dinner
Tuesday, 1 November 2011
- 09.00-9.15 - Introductions and Agenda [Jeanne Holm] Slides
- 09.00-11.00 - Social Media [Facilitated by John Erickson, Kevin Simkins]
- 11.00-11.15 - Break
- 11.15-12.30 - Community Directory and Resources [Bernadette Hyland] [slides for Government Linked Data WG & Community Directory]
- 12.30-13.45 - Lunch
- 13.45-14.15 - Components of an Open Data Site Jeanne Holm, Hackers and Disparate Data Jeanne Different agendas, mobile web PhilA Solid base with apps and guidance Dave M inter-conncted with guidance BernHyland lego Castle and tower BH Turret BH Mixed food Table
- 14.15-15.00 - Data Licensing [Anne Fitzgerald]
- 15.00-15.45 - Education and Outreach [John Erickson]
- 15.45-16:00 - Break
- 16.00-17.30 - Future of eGovernment at W3C: Summary and Actions [Jeanne Holm, Phil Archer, All]
- 18.30-21.00 - Networking/Dinner
Participation and Registration
Remote: Information on how to participate remotely is the same as usual for Group calls.
People who registered in advance (not necessary for remote participation).
- Jeanne Holm (NASA, Data.gov)
- Phil Archer (W3C)
- John Erickson (TWC RPI)
- Hadley Beeman (LinkedGov)
- (add your name here)
- Sandro Hawke (W3C)
- Bernadette Hyland (W3C GLD WG, 3 Round Stones)
Group Membership is open: if you want to become a Group Member and participate in the Group calls and contribute to the document, please see the separate page on Group participation.
Press representatives must contact the W3C Communications staff at email@example.com in advance.