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The #opendev debate: from OKCon and ODC13 to OKFest

on December 6th, 2013 at 1:08:19 PM

We are moving beyond the hype of “open development”. At OKCON and online, questions about what “open development” is, how it affects change and what ethical issues arise when talking about open in development have continued to come up. At the Open Development Camp (ODC13), the Open Knowledge Foundation and Open for Change Network organised a kick-off debate for a series of discussions on pressing issues facing the open development movement. The specific topics shall we identified in a collective process. We will close off with an offline debate or event at OKFestival in July 2014.

Open Development Camp 2013

on November 15th, 2013 at 4:31:55 PM

Photo: ODC participents at the end of day 2

Last week Thursday & Friday was the Open Development Camp 2013.
The organizing team and I would like to thank everybody for the great energy, ideas and participation from people that attended the event but also from everybody that participated online via twitter and watched the livestream. We had a great 2 days!

If you missed ODC13, the presentations in the main hall were recorded and can be found here. And you can find the photo’s on Flickr.

We are also busy collecting all the powerpoint presentations of the speakers, they will be shared soon on the

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