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Saturday 6 February

CSIT building, Australian National University


Open 9:00am for registrations and coffee

9:30 opening talk from Nathanael Boehm

10:00 - 12:30 presentations

13:30 - 16:00 presentations

16:00 - 17:00 five-minute lightning talks

17:00 - 17:15 prizes, give-aways and close

Prize winners

Bottles of wine and free consultations from SassySEO:

  • Raffaele Filardo
  • Alison Young
  • Kate Tribe
  • Nicholas Rayner
  • Chris Watkins
  • David Olsen
  • plus more ...

Books from acidlabs, the Powerhouse Museum and Nathanael Boehm:

  • Neil Phillips
  • Bob Edwards
  • Pascal Klein
  • Alan Lee
  • Linda Gehard

Mental Notes packs or How To Use An Apostrophe posters from Nathanael Boehm:

  • James Fridley
  • Paul Wallbank
  • Don Bartley
  • Brenda Moon

Schmooze Young Professionals 6-month membership:

  • Geoff Swan

Best presentation of the day:

  • Shoaib Burq

And 50 people got free water bottles from Crystal Approach.




Event on SlideShare & Event on votie


  Room N101 Room N108 Room N109
10:00 Votie: BarCampCanberra talk & voting app —Rohan Mitchell @RohanM & Pascal Klein @klepas Climate, Poverty, Knowledge & Appropedia — Chris Watkins Deliberative Democracy — Matt Moore
10:30 Gov 2.0 Project #8 Remix→Edit→Reuse — James Dellow Sinatra! Fun, flexible web apps in Ruby — Tim Riley Semantic Mashup for sensor web and Gov 3.0 — Laurent Lefort

E-Books for E-Learning on iPadsTom Worthington

Technology & Social Innovation — Michelle Williams

Cyborg Metadata — Matt Moore
11:30 Local Community EngagementMarghanita da Cruz Gov 2.0: Building the groundswell — Craig Thomler @CraigThomler Great Australian Internet Blackout (fixing the filter) — innotecture
12:00 Canberra Coworking — Nathanael Boehm @NathanaelB Social Innovation Camp #OZICAMP Mini Brainstorm OzCollab Survey (Is there more to life than SharePoint) — Matt Moore
LUNCH n/a n/a n/a
13:30 Open Wireless dangers; Swiss Cheese with your coffee? — Liam House Hacking Local Government — Matthew Landauer @matthewlandauer Twitter metrics & measurement — Stephen Dann @stephendann
14:00 Incremental Construction of Semantic Queries — Xuan Zhou The Future of Web Typography — Pascal Klein @klepas Intro to Critical Thinking — Ruth Ellison @RuthEllison
14:30 Gov 2.0 and LobbyLens - Alexander Sadleir @maxious Conferences: WTF is wrong with them!? — Stephen Collins @trib Make, Hack, Void: Canberra Hackerspace
15:00 Hello, my name is social business design So, we want to change _____ — Stephen Dann ACT Feed-in Traffic — Alistair D’Silva
15:30 ‘Cofluence’ and the culture of change making in a world of "social everything" — @johnwells Kung Fu Project Management — Rob Rohan @RobRohan I have no Friends on Facebook — Bob Edwards

5-min lightning talks by...

Steve Collins - online passport application improvement

@sabman - Open Street Map Community Mapping Haiti Red,Blue,Green

Tim and Mike from Icelabs - creating an iPhone app using Titanium

@klepas - Open font design - creating designs and working on a font

Andrew (@AndrewBlanda) - Riding for a cause - male depression

Tim - Adding semantic mark-up to People Australia

Jeff Waugh - About WordPress's use in development of the Crikey site.

Neil Phillips -crowdsourcing, what's the best way to recommend things - such as podcasts.

 Chris talking about OpenKollab - a system and tools to help collaboration.


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17:00 Convene in N101 for prizes and give-aways!