Not really Gordo! Sorry if I wasn't clear. As Sara has offered to write the
text, I'll discuss the brief in more detail with her - although happy for
others to be involved, of course :)
On 26 February 2016 at 10:55, Gordon Joly <gordon.joly(a)pobox.com> wrote:
On 26/02/16 10:14, Lucy Crompton-Reid wrote:
Thanks for all your comments and input into this. I can understand why
those working closely within the open knowledge sector might feel there
isn't a need for information about why this matters, but the audience
we're aiming this at are people working in smaller organisations and
societies, or simply interested members of the public, who need an
introduction to open.
Was that an suggestion to widen the remit? "Open standards" are a part
of "open", for example. And HTTP is "open"....
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