Open Knowledge Policies: Science in EU

Andrés Muñiz Piniella a75576 at
Thu Oct 15 12:40:58 UTC 2015

El 15 de octubre de 2015 10:29:34 GMT+01:00, Erik Albers <eal at> escribió:
>Hi Andrés,
>thanks for bringing this up.
>On 15.10.2015 00:54, Andrés Muñiz Piniella wrote:
>> First I would like to congratulate FSFE as they are mentioned as a
>group to consult with in the document regarding Climate Change
>Guidelines for open knowledge [1] with what regards software in
>> Next week there is a symposium that will be held in Viena
>registration seems to be still open [2] to discuss policies on open
>knowledge. It seems to be open for anybody to attend, so if in Vienna
>next week maybe it is interesting. 
>I am invited to give an input talk on the panel "re-use and
>about the technical requirements for digital open knowledge, basically
>the need of using real Free Software and Open Standards, the ways to
>roads to avoid.
>If anyone here on-list likes to "join" me or meet me, drop me a note
>or come to the symposium and join the discussion.
>> Sadly I will not be attending but was asked to review the documents
>found in [1] to see if there was anything I could input. A quick word
>search for software and open document format shows some promising
>results, even the mention of software freedom (not gratis or open
>source). But maybe I am being naïve. I will have a deeper look over the
>weekend. If any of you is willing to have a look and feedback I would
>will do so next week in preparation of my talk. Willing to share and
>happy if
>you do likewise.
>> The interesting thing seems that the JPI for climate change starts
>this open knowledge guidelines and it is later adapted to other joint
>program initiatives (JPI) such as Oceans or Water. 
>can you point to these examples, please?

Just something informally said from someone in JPI Oceans. Hopefully I did not miss understand. 

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