Programme review

January – February 2018

Evaluation of submissions and programme draft

During the join call for issues we received 261 submissions for both, the 2018 EuroDIG and SEEDIG programme. Subject Matter Experts reviewed all proposals that where submitted for EuroDIG and clustered them into thematic subtopics. A draft programme outline was discussed during the public planning meeting on 1 February 2018 in Tbilisi and was open for comments 2 weeks thereafter.

Our aim is to accommodate all submissions in the EuroDIG programme, because our concept is not to reject or accept proposals, but bring together people that can contribute to a session from different perspectives. We believe this truly fosters a multi stakeholder discussion, both during the session planning process and the EuroDIG event.

Org Teams are open and everyone is invited to join at any time!

We invite now to subscribe to the Org Teams of your interest and help shaping the consolidated programme. The information you will find on each session subpage in the EuroDIG wiki including a link to archived mailing lists will help you to catch even if you join at a later stage.

Find out more details how to organise the sessions.

Schematic diagram of the EuroDIG planning process