- 1 Run your own VoCamp!
- 2 2013
- 3 2009
- 4 2010
- 5 2012
- 6 Unknown
The following list is in a vague sequence according to likely time of event (soonest first).
GeoVoCampDC2013 was held
in conjunction with ESTC
Harry Halpin and Keith Alexander have discussed the possibility of organising a VoCamp in Edinburgh. At this point, July might be the best month. Also, there is a huge festival in Edinburgh all of August. We could do VoCamp at the Informatics Forum at the University of Edinburgh.
There is a possibility of a VoCamp in Barcelona or Madrid in Spring 2009, close (in time) to WWW2009. If you're interested in taking part make your enthusiasm known to Peter Mika ;) (see VoCampIbiza2009!)
tommorris: if you have space in London and would be willing to let me run such an event in London, ping me an e-mail - email@example.com (via #swig)
Austin, TX, USA
Juan Sequeda has expressed an interest in running a VoCamp in Austin, TX. This is going to take place on the weekend of March 28-29. VoCampAustin2009
Washington DC, USA
Ed Summers is interested in trying to help make a VoCamp happen in DC: possibly at the Library of Congress, or elsewhere in the area. There are lots of people doing stuff with OWL, RDFS, RDF, etc in the area... so getting people together around vocabulary development seems like a generally useful thing to try to do. Immediately before or after ISWC2009 (October 2009) has been floated as a potential window for this event.
We are organizing the WOP workshop at ISWC 2009. It is strongly related to Vocamp activities and we are thinking at organizing a Vocamp there supported by the workshop. I'll let you know more precise info soon. (Valentina)
Baltimore, MD, USA
Mike Lang (firstname.lastname@example.org) of Revelytix is also planning a VoCamp for Baltimore. Planning is in the early stages. Most likely will take place about 2 weeks after the Washington VoCamp and take place at UMBC.
Rumour has it that a VoCamp may be on the cards for Bristol. Watch this space. See VoCampBristol2009!
Vocamp Glasgow planned for the Summer 2009 (time/place to be agreed with people interested to participate). Scope is to discuss and provide answers and resources for the following
mUoir6 Best Wishes!,
San Francisco, CA, USA
Rich Morin (email@example.com) has expressed an interest in helping to put on a VoCamp in Spring 2010.
Minneapolis, Minnesota USA
McCreary wants to organize a vocamp in Minneapolis Minnesota. He would like to gather experts in state and federal data standards with a focus on historical documents such as bills and statutes. Dan has worked with the the US Library of Congress NDIIPP project and is interested in integrating NIEM and RDF best practices with the creation of XRX metadata registries.
Santa Barbara, CA, USA
Boston, MA, USA
EricP has expressed a willingness to organise a VoCamp at MIT.
New York, NY, USA
Christine Connors from Dow Jones has expressed an interest (tweet) in running a VoCamp in New York City.