I’m really pleased to announce I’ll be speaking at the Open Knowledge Conference 2009 in London this weekend (28th March 02009). The venue will be the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) which is in the Cruciform building just off Gower Street.
It’s only a short slot but I hope to cover the architecture of The Computus Engine and some recent findings about the roots of common temporal data formats. If you are interested in open data and open knowledge then it should be well worth attending. The full line up is here.