We’ve worked with the Open Data Camp team since its beginnings a year ago, to capture a record of the best ideas expressed in the free-form unconference sessions, and it was a pleasure to meet again with the open data advocates who make up the event. It was particularly pleasing to hear that one of this event’s organisers was attracted to Open Data Camp 2 by a piece of Drawnalism she saw from Open Data Camp 1.
Live capture & liveblogging
We fielded a large mixed team: two artists and two livebloggers, to make sure we could capture as much of the two days as we could.
Across the two days we created 18 posts on the Open Data Camp blog, capturing two sessions from every time slot across the two days – as well as some introductory and wrap-up sessions.
Open Data Campers feedback
Many of the attendees at Open Data Camp 3 shared their favourite pieces of Drawnalism after the event:
— Alasdair Rae (@undertheraedar) May 16, 2016
— Elspeth Body (@elspethb3) May 15, 2016
— Chris Howlin (@cristohowlo) May 15, 2016
— Glyn R Jones (@GlynRJones) May 15, 2016