Open Cultural Data Hackathon 2018
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4th Swiss Open Cultural Data Hackathon

Our fourth Open Cultural Data Hackathon will take place on 26-28 October 2018 at the Swiss National Museum in Zurich – in cooperation with the ETH Library, Zentralbibliothek Zürich, the Swiss Social Archives, the State Archives of the Canton of Zurich, the Basel Historical Museum, Wikimedia CH, infoclio.ch and hopefully further partners and sponsors.

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Share your data in view of the next Open Cultural Data Hackathon

You may own yourself cultural data that you are ready to share. Please look at these infosheets (German / French) on how to share data. If you have further questions, please feel free to contact beat.estermann@openglam.ch.

Organizers

The event is organized by the OpenGLAM CH Working Group of the opendata.ch association, with contributions from:

Organization Committee
Opendata.ch
Beat Estermann, coordinator of the OpenGLAM Working Group
Valérie Hashimoto, project coordinator
Oleg Lavrovsky
Frédéric Noyer
Opendata.ch / Basel University Library
Lionel Walter (lead dataset team)
infoclio.ch
Jan Baumann
Enrico Natale
Swiss National Museum
Thomas Bochet (lead logistics)
Anna Durisch
Dario Donati
Dominik Sievi
ETH Library
Michael Gasser (co-lead programme committee)
Zentralbibliothek Zürich
Lothar Schmitt (co-lead programme committee)
Swiss Social Archives
Vassil Vassilev
Fabian Würz
State Archives of the Canton of Zurich
Tobias Hodel
Basel Historical Museum
Stefan Bürer

Sponsors / Supporting Organizations

The Cultural Hackathon is made possible by financial and/or in kind contributions from the Swiss National Museum in Zurich, the ETH Library, Wikimedia CH, Zentralbibliothek Zürich, infoclio.ch, the Swiss Social Archives, and the members of the Friends of OpenGLAM Network. Further partners and sponsors are more than welcome!






Die Veranstaltung ist Teil der nationalen Kampagne zum Kulturerbejahr 2018. https://www.kulturerbe2018.ch