Below are the notes from the March 8 Conference call hosted by CCSD. These were circulated by email to all those who participated.
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- - Vincent - Will share Access 101 notes, letters and submissions and relevant URLs on the right to access
- - Catherine - Will point to web access initiatives, her work on the mapping project, and standards.
- - Stéphane - The benefits of gov funding in open data projects and of standards and building in interoperability, also notes on the mapping accessible w/catherine
- - James - Can you prepare some slides on your projects & what open north is? Be sure to have your contact info&URL& logo etc. on each slide. Ideas on needs for NGOs in this space, and cross disciplinary collaboration in Open Data and Open Gov.
- - Richard - started standards group & will share results
- - Andrew, Nathalie & Co. York Region - share your ideas on cross municipal collaboration and the sharing of best practices, recommendations and needs to move forward. Please can you include something about MISA and inter-ontario ad hoc work you are doing.
- - Oriana - Share some ideas of open gov & open data with an info-management and archival lens? And best practices, tools and policy documents including your appraisal benchmark process re-privacy & security. IPC and access by design principles and related resources.
- - Kathryn - What would you as a member of the association or the association like to have as a position? Please send your census doc or any other data related submissions or letters.
- - Tara - Would the CAG have a position or would any sub groups of the CAG have a submission or ideas to share in this process. Please share the census submission.
- - Sheila & Pam - Can you share your position on re-seeing people with disabilities in the numbers, can you provide some notes on the datasets that are there and a few notes on their shortcomings and what it means to not be counted. ALso, ideas on how to support the democratic engagement in public policy deliberations for people with disabilities.
- - Diane Woodgreen - Toronto Wellbeing, what does it mean to have info accessible in that way to community groups?
- - Harvey & Tracey - are preparing notes
- - Tracey will connect Pam, Sheila & Catherine together & will share back the IPC principles to you for evaluatio
A) CCSD - OGP Page where note & Info will be posted - http://www.ccsd.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=53&Itemid=228&lang=en
b) OGP list of civil society groups attending - http://www.opengovpartnership.org/news/ogp-funding-decisions-civil-society-groups-attend-ogp-annual-meeting-2012
Thus. Civil Society Call Participants (Let me know if I missed anyone & Please email me your full coordinates):
- Nathalie Hui, York Region, CPD, FCM & Open Data Pilot
- Tara Vinodrai, Canadian Association of Geographers
- Sheila Subramanian, CMHA Ontario
- Susan Chin Snelgrove, York Region
- Pam, CMHA Ontario
- Kathryn Wilkins, Canadian Society for Epidemiology and Biostatistics
- Richard Pietro, Citizen Bridge
- James McKinney, Open North
- Valentyn Kliuchnyk, York Region
- Andrew Satterthwaite, York Region Open Data Pilot
- Catherine Roy, Independent, Disability Access to Web and Technology
- Vincent Gogolek, BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association
- David Eaves, Independent Open Data and Open Government Advocate
- Oriana Sharp, Manager, Information Management and Archives , Archives of Region of Waterloo, Region of Waterloo Open Data
- Diane Dyson, Woodgreen
- Stephane Guidon, ZoneCone
- Harvey Low, CDP
- Tracey Lauriault, civicaccess.ca
Individual calls made, calls received & positions received:
- Treasury Board of Canada, Stephen Walker
- DFAIT, Niall Cronin
- David Eaves, Independent open data entrepreneur
- Mark Weiler
- Michael Gurnstein
- Democracy Watch, letter received