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Solutions to Open Source in Government (Case Studies)

Specifically, we'll go over a draft based on

We'll look at these three, too:

Please bring any other related materials as well as a pen :-)

One activity that would be helpful would be grooming and building out the backlog based on the notes from last time :


Following up on our last session, we'll focus on reviewing case studies. We'll also spend some time going over the Barriers to see if we missed anything, prioritize, and agree and next steps.


This will be an active working session, not a presentation. It's geared towards federal agencies and people who are looking to adopt and/or improve the adoption of Open Source practices--publishing code and data and collaborating in the open.

In this session, we'll work to articulate specific and actionable solutions for the barriers identified in previous sessions.

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  • bill s.

    drop me an email if you need an escort in the building bill at if dot io

    July 10, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry to miss you this time, Aron. We'll have plenty to work on next month. Looking forward to seeing the rest of you soon, though.

    July 10, 2014

  • Aron A.

    Hi Folks. I'll be off at SciPy 2014 next week, but I'm looking forward to the next session.

    July 4, 2014

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