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Conferences: TransparencyCamp, by the Sunlight Foundation, annually since 2009. Open Knowledge Conference (OKCon), annually since 2005. Open data has been central since its inception - in 2012 this expanded to be the Open Knowledge Festival (OKFestival). Open Government Data Camp, by the Open Knowledge Foundation, annually since 2010. From 2012 the camp has ...


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You could probably grab Google's public calendars. All of the calendars are public, but the URLs for them don't seem to be systematically listed anywhere. You would have to go into Google Calendar to pull the list of "interesting calendars". Here's the one for the United States in several formats: XML iCal Web interface


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You can use the Nager.Date project its supports over 100 countries (US, DE, FR, RU, UK, ...). The project is open source and available on GitHub. Some data sources are available WebApi (Json) CSV download


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Yes. In addition to the list provided above, the website Lanyrd, a collaboratively edited wiki about conferences around the globe, has over 250 events (both past and upcoming) tagged as "open data." It could make sense for this community to contribute to that wiki, rather than maintaining a separate wiki listing here, since they have a larger user base and ...


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The system for (US) federal holidays is rather simple. As described in 5 USC 6103, it's basically just a short list of specific dates and rules for weekends. This could certainly be integrated into your calendar but you might want to find a more complicated data source to practice with an API. To keep on the same theme, how about religious holidays? (...


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csv,conf: "A conference for data makers everywhere. (And any data - not just CSVs!)" 3-4 May 2016 in Berlin, Germany. 2014-07-24: Berlin (one day, first edition). "This one day conference will focus on practical, real-world stories, examples and techniques of how to scrape, wrangle, analyze, and visualize data. Whether your data is big or small, tabular or ...


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I personally manage a site that lists the public holidays of every country of the world, both with long-term forecasts (some of our clients license more than 20 years into the future), and quasi real-time updates, to react when a country makes a last minute change (on average there is one or two such changes, somewhere in the world, everyday). I won't ...


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Hackathon Watch - not specific to open source or open data though European PSI / Open Data Events - European, not global Lanyard's Open Data and Open Source lists (can be saved to your calendar, see the right column) ... (please edit if you want to add a calendar)


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As of April 2018, there is no way (in SPARQL). The RDF Dump format says: Note that the calendar model is the original values calendar model even if wikibase:timeValue was converted to Gregorian. Try this query: SELECT * { wd:Q935 p:P569 [ wikibase:rank ?rank ; ps:P569 ?simplevalue ; psv:P569 [ ...


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Is this what you are looking for ? https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/satellite-tracker/id306260378?mt=8 What about this ? http://www.n2yo.com/ http://science.nasa.gov/iSat/?group=SMD You might want to google "Satellites" to find what you are looking for.


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This calendar is maintained by RedHat: http://opensource.com/resources/conferences-and-events-monthly Unfortunately it contains very few events, and does not seem to have an API.


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There are many attempts to make a public holiday calendar, and one of the best ones is a python module called workalender (my source). But the main problem with a global holiday calendar is: Please take note that some calendars are not 100% accurate. The most common example is the Islamic calendar, where some computed holidays are not exactly on the same ...


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As I was seeing different problems regarding Holidays, I using two different approaches to build my own Holidays dataset, for the Iberian Peninsula. The scripts are available on this repo, on GitHub. • In this one, I have added the holidays dates manually. • In this one, I am taking advantage of Facebook Prophet. In the meantime, I have also found a library ...


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This Google Calendar contains most Open Source-related events in Japan: https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=fvijvohm91uifvd9hratehf65k@group.calendar.google.com Most events (but not all) are about Open Source topics.


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It's possible that there might be a better resource for this, but one that I know off the top of my head is the Satellite Simulation Center from NASA : http://sscweb.gsfc.nasa.gov/ It's more about where satellites are at a given time vs. when (or which) satellite would pass over a given area. The location searching that they have is more about satellites ...


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I am on the search for similar data. This is what I could find on the NYC Open Data Platform, but apparently it only lists the events for the next month and it seems there is no way to query historical data: https://data.cityofnewyork.us/City-Government/NYC-Permitted-Event-Information/tvpp-9vvx It'd be great if others could point us towards alternative ...


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Several are found here: http://holidays.kayaposoft.com/ A lot more are found here: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/projects/calendar/holidays/ Language is an issue though. Not sure what you want. In the case of e.g. Algeria would you want Arabic or French? Or in the case of Nigeria, would you want English or another of the ~500 languages. Maybe the best ...


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Here are a few things that might be helpful. Federal holidays through 2020 Current status with XML and RSS feeds Alerts and hurricane warnings are also listed.


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