No Time to Wait – conference

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The 6th edition of the No Time to Wait conference will be hosted by the Netherlands Institute for Sound & Vision and MediaArea.net on October 26th – 28th, 2022 at Sound & Vision’s media museum in The Hague, the Netherlands.

This year’s theme is Transparency, Teaching & Trust. Sharing open source solutions, contributing to open standards, and maintaining open workflows can build a participatory, responsive, and sustainable foundation against the challenges of audiovisual preservation work. However, if funders, managers, supporters, and the communities we support don’t understand how it all works, then skepticism, confusion, or exclusion can enter the environment. At this year’s No Time to Wait we focus on cultivating Transparency, Teaching & Trust, working in a way that is sensible to onlookers, advocating for open solutions, and the challenge to sustain and evolve workflows from all perspectives.

Please see the No Time to Wait 6 website for more information.

The registration form is now online as is the call for proposals.

 

No Time to Wait will be a free-registration and remote-accessible event. This is made possible thanks to the generosity of our sponsors:

 

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