#OGP2012 in Brasilia: Online Participation & Discussion

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Stephen Buckley

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Apr 17, 2012, 11:05:39 AM4/17/12
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Dear All,

I am interested in your thoughts about how OpenGov metrics is being discussed (or not) during the first annual conference of the Open Government Partnership now taking place in in Brasilia, April 17-18, 2012.  --> #OGP2012

Links about "OGP2012"  and its live coverage can be found below.  You can make short comments on their online platform, but if you want to make an observation about OGP2012 that is longer and/or deeper than a tweet (140-characters), then feel free to come back and comment here in this group, even if the topic is not directly related to metrics development or the measurement of so-called "best practices".

http://www.opengovpartnership.org/news/how-participate-virtually-open-government-partnership%E2%80%99s-brazil-meeting

I'm look forward to hearing your impressions here of OGP2012.

best,
Stephen Buckley
OpenGovMetrics moderator
http://www.twitter.com/opengovmetrics

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From: Elana Goldstein <------@americaspeaks.org>
Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2012 09:40:42 -0400
Subject: Open Government Partnership Webcast Is Starting
To: Elana Goldstein <------@americaspeaks.org>

Thank you for registering for the webcast of the Open Government Partnership 2012 Meeting in Brasilia! The webcast will begin shortly.

You can access the webcast here:

http://www.opengovpartnership.org/open-government-partnership-annual-meeting-online-coverage

Join the Conversation
The webcast will be accompanied by a live chat, where you can ask questions and discuss the event with other viewers. You can also follow the conversation on Facebook and Twitter using #OGP2012.

See you on the webcast!
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Elana Goldstein
New Media, Communication, and Program Associate
AMERICASPEAKS

www.americaspeaks.org
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