This one day event initiated by Senator Kate Lundy
will explore, discuss and develop specific policy initiatives borne out of open access for information, technology, education and governance for the benefit of our society and economy. Ideas from "Foundations of Open" will be collated and conveyed to the National 2020 Summit
, particularly for the topic "Economic Infrastructure
, the digital economy and the future of our cities".
|3| 9.30am Launch and Keynote: Professor Lawrence Cram
Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice President, The Australian National University BSc (Hons), BE (Hons), PhD Sydney
|4|9.45am Jeff Waugh "Foundations of Open"
The Foundations of Open is a model for understanding the different aspects of openness in a digital age including standards, knowledge, governance, source code and the market.
|5| 10.30am Darrell Burkey ANU "CASE": a case study in community Computing Assistance Support and Education (CASE) inc. is a non-profit organisation that was formed to assist Australian community organisations in making better use of information technology.
|6| 11.15am Ken Taylor CSIRO
"VotaPedia" demonstrationVotApedia is an audience response system developed by CSIRO that doesn't require issuing clickers or need specialist infrastructure.
|8|11.45am Pia Waugh"Open Source as a public resource"
Specific ways we can better explore Open Source opportunities and innovations for business, government, broader social benefit and the Australian economy.
12.30pm Lunch hosted by ANU
|11| 1.30pm Jessica Coates QUT "Creative Commons
"Access to knowledge is often difficult through the use of ambiguous or non-existent licensing. Creative Commons is a mechanism for opening up knowledge for public benefit.
2.15pm Alan Smart ASIBA "Spatial potential"
Geospatial information needs to be open so that Australian businesses can add value, innovate and commercialise in order to be globally competitive.
3pm Coffee break
|14| 3.15pm Tony Hill ISOC AU “IPV6Now”
IPv6 is a more powerful Internet protocol that can deliver a vastly increased scale Internet, with automatic security and autoconfiguration potentially producing substantial benefits for businesses, particularly in international e-commerce.
|15|4pm Ann Steward AGIMO
"Open Source in Government"
A summary of the use of, attitudes towards and emerging trends of, Open Source in Australian Government.
4.20pm Concluding remarks: Professor Lawrence Cram
|17| 4.30pm close and thank you Senator Kate Lundy
Senator Lundy explained that the speakers from the day had been invited to submit 500 words which would be combined into a submission to the national 2020 summit.
Also Professor Mary O'Kane
was invited to say a few words, as she is said a few words, as she is attending both the national 2020 summit and involved with the Review of the National Innovation System