The Things Network
Wikimedia Foundation, Executive Director
Wikimedia Foundation is the nonprofit organization that supports Wikipedia and free knowledge for all.
Founder of SpyPi
Sarah Mühlemann has developed a solution "SpyPi" for school lessons as part of her Matura thesis.
Open Source Initiative, President
The Open Source Initiative is the non-profit organization that acts steward of the canonical list of open source licenses and the Open Source Definition.
National Councillors of the National Parliament
Edith Graf-Litscher is National Councillor of the SP Canton of Thurgau, co-founded the Parliamentary Group On Digital Sustainability in 2009 and has been its co-president ever since.
Toni Caradonna is a physicist and studied at the University of Manchester and the University of Bern. Today he deals with Blockchain & Co.
Graduated in business administration in 1993, she began collaborating on Wikipedia since 2004 as a volunteer, sysop and bureaucrat of the italian Wikipedia.
She has a long working experience in organizational consulting - she also founded a small organization.
Diego Hättenschwiler is a research librarian and teaches Wikipedia courses.
Digital transformation is ubiquitous. How can we ensure that progressive digitalisation also generates sustainable benefits for our society? The principle of digital sustainability offers an answer to this question. Digital sustainability describes how digital knowledge assets (data, content, software) need to be created and made accessible in order to create the greatest possible benefits for society and the environment. In concrete terms, this concerns current political challenges around digitalisation in Switzerland, in innovation and research, in data protection, copyright and in technical topics such as open data or bitcoin/blockchain.
On 19 October 2018, we will therefore be addressing these issues for the second time at DINAcon 2018. The event will be organised by the Digital Sustainability Research Centre of the University of Bern in cooperation with the Parliamentary Group On Digital Sustainability and the associations CH Open, tcbe.ch and Opendata.ch in the Welle7 Workspace at Bern station.
The first DINAcon implementation in 2017 was a great success. More than 250 decision-makers and opinion leaders from politics, business, the public sector and the digitalisation scene took part. Impressions from the past event can be found at dinacon/2017.
Organisers and Partners 2018
Key partners 2018
Gold Sponsors 2018
Silver Sponsors 2018
Wikimedia CH fördert und unterstützt die Erstellung, Sammlung und Verbreitung Freier Inhalte, um die Chancengleichheit beim Zugang zu Wissen und Bildung zu unterstützen. Allem voran liegt der Schwerpunkt auf der online Enzyklopädie Wikipedia und der Mediendatenbank Wikimedia Commons.
Gemeinnütziger Verein, der sich für eine Zukunft mit einer Netzwerkinfrastruktur einsetzt, die offener und für alle zugänglich ist. Der Schwerpunkt der Arbeit liegt auf dem Betrieb offener Netze und der Förderung des Wissens über die eingesetzten Technologien.
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