OKCon follow up

I am back and plowing through email, and wanted to flag up some follow up OKCon details:

### Post-Event Information

We’re pleased to announce that audio, images and slides from OKCon 2008 are now available at the Post-Event Information page:

http://okfn.org/okcon/2008/after

If you’ve blogged the event or have pictures or the like, please let us know and we’ll link to it. We are also able to host any further documentation in our repository.

### Open Knowledge Local Groups

We’ve now set up a wiki page for local Open Knowledge groups – to arrange meetups, forums and other activities:

http://okfn.org/wiki/LocalGroups/

In addition to the Cambridge group, which has been around for a few years, we are in the process of creating groups in London and Oxford. If you’d like to get involved in any of these, or you’d like to set up your own local group – don’t hesitate to get in touch!

And of course your participation is needed to make everything happen:

### Get Involved

If you’d like to get involved in any of the OKF’s projects or
activities, please see our participate page:

http://okfn.org/participate

Our projects rely on volunteers for their development – from CKAN and KForge to Open Shakespeare, Open Economics and Open Text Book. Whether you’re interested in research, communications or technical work, whether you have a few minutes or a few hours to spare, we’d love to hear from you!

While OKF projects may be available without financial cost to you, that doesn’t mean that they don’t have any costs:

### Support the Open Knowledge Foundation

The Open Knowledge Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation. All our services and software are provided openly and for free. Running and developing projects costs both time and money (for example, our hosting costs alone run to around a €1000 (£700/$1500) a year). Your support
helps the Foundation to continue and expand its work. For more information, please see:

http://okfn.org/support/