and kick off of day two!
Discussing the moral and ethical dimensions of our tools
How can the government arrange its information management so that it stands alongside citizens, rather than opposite them?
Accountability of the PublicSpaces annual financial statements, updates, and looking ahead
How can ordinary people engage in everyday acts of data activism?
How could the cultural sector in Europe benefit by using widely supported open calendar standards and open source infrastructure?
Your ticket includes lunch. We will serve tasty sandwiches (vegetarian - vegan options are available). Coffee, tea, snack and water are available all day.
Is the Fediverse the answer for the social media of the future, putting public values first?
What values should determine our course?
Reclaim control of your cloud!
Dutch public organisations are pioneering the construction of their own new decentralised open source social network, PubHubs. How is the project progressing?
How can we steer public values safely through digital change?
When are you willing to share data in a community?
How do we maintain control over our data and ensure that data from academic institutions is used for the right reasons?
Or take a coffee
The future of digital spaces and democracy
Witness the launch of the pioneering platform Display.eu: independent media for independent European audiences
A workshop around a newly developed, responsible business model canvas for digital public spaces
and a little manifesto
and have a final chat