FM10 Openness: Code, science and content­ - Making collaborative creativity sustainable

First Monday, one of the oldest (since 1996) and most widely read (500 000
papers downloaded monthly) open access, peer-reviewed academic journals on
the Internet is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a conference on
Openness in code, science and content. The conference will be followed by a
special journal issue. Keynote speakers include Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia founder; Paul David, who
coined the term "Open Science"; and Brian Behlendorf, founder of the free
web server Apache. More information

Venue: University of Illinois, Chicago, USA

Date: 15-17 May 2006