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Open Bar and Open Data

From: Amos B.
Sent on: Thursday, May 6, 2010 4:59 PM
I just wanted you to know about the PdF Evening Series Discussion with OpenPlans, on May 19th from 6:30-8:30 with DoITT Commissioner Carole Post, IBM Director of Citizenship and Technology, John Tolva, and PdF Founder Andrew Rasiej. They will be talking about what NYC and other cities are doing with their data as well as talking about IBM's Cities Forward project.  

For more info click HERE 

www.personaldemocracy.com/eveningseries

Beer and wine will be served.  Hope to see everyone there!



From: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [openny] First Ever MTA Developer Unconference - May 5th
To: [address removed]
Date: Thu, 6 May[masked]:02:22 -0400

Nick Grossman did a nice write up of last night's event -

http://civichacker.openplans.org/2010/05/06/mta-developers-unconference/


On May 3, 2010, at 10:15 PM, Charles wrote:

I'm really happy about this. Good for the MTA!
If anyone on this list attends - please do send a report.

Thanks

Charles

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alexander
Sent: Monday, May 03,[masked]:09 PM
To: [address removed]
Subject: Re: [openny] First Ever MTA Developer Unconference - May 5th

Hmm... If I weren't already out of town I woulda been bummed that RSVP
deadline already expired.

-Alexander

On May 3, 2010, at 2:42 AM, Matt Cooperrider wrote:

Hi Open New Yorkers,

Please see this invitation from Sarah Kaufman at the MTA:

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All,
I'm happy to announce that the MTA is hosting its first-ever
Unconference for Developers. Here are the details:


To foster collaboration between the MTA and the developer community,
an MTA Unconference for developers will hosted by Google at their
Manhattan office on May 5, 2010, from 6:30 to 10 PM. New MTA data sets
will be released and data representatives from all MTA agencies will
be on hand to answer questions.

Speakers will include:

- Jay Walder, Chairman and CEO, MTA
- Derek Gottfrid, Senior Software Architect / Product Technologist,
The New York Times
- Bernhard Seefeld, Senior Product Manager, Google Maps
- Nick Grossman, Director of Civic Works, OpenPlans (formerly The Open
Planning Project)
- Moderated by Anil Dash, Entrepreneur and Director of Expert Labs.

Dinner will be served.

Program Highlights:

- Release of new data sets
- Panel discussion about the current landscape and future of open
Transportation data and development in the New York region
- Breakout sessions with topics chosen by attendees
- A special announcement you won't want to miss!

Registration:

Please register here: http://mta.info/developers/conf.html

There is no cost to attend, but space is limited. Applications to
attend the MTA Unconference must be received no later than
12:01 AM on Friday, April 30th. Your application does not guarantee
attendance. Reservation confirmations, including program details, will
be emailed on April 30th.

If you're a developer and not already participating in the MTA
developer community, please join our Google Group at
http://groups.google.com/group/mtadeveloperresources

Follow news about the MTA Unconference on Twitter at #mtadev.




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