Do you have an organization which organize events and do you want to participate to the free agenda project with managing your own agenda? Please contact us by sending a mail to If the published events are with free entrance the required fee is minimal.

Some internship proposals are now available for the students of the University of Catania.

Opendatahacklab is a joint initiative of Hackspace Catania, #opendatasicilia and the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science of the Univeristy of Catania (see the collaboration and research agreement). with the aim of helping people to produce open data and reuse existing ones. The products of the laboratory are essentially software applications and libraries, which can be freely reused, to create and publish open data or to access existing datasets. Laboratory meetings take place around one time per month.

The laboratory operates under the following rules:

  1. an exhaustive documentation have to be provided about all the activities;
  2. source code of every software produced during the activities is released under a open license;
  3. data eventually produced during activities are made available as open data via SPARQL endpoints and, where possible, as downloadable RDF files.


Here we report credits for the images used along the web site.

  1. has been created by merging the Open Data Sicilia logo (see also the communication kit in the open data sicilia blog repository) and the file Cog, Web Fundamentals.svg by Google (Google Web Fundamentals) [Apache License 2.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons;
  2. Japanese Map symbol By User:Monaneko (国土地理院(Geographical Survey Institute)) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons;
  3. GitHub Mark;
  4. derived from one of the W3C RDF Resource Description Framework Icons;
  5. by Endless Icons;
  6. chat by PICOL - PIctorial COmmunication Language ( [CC BY 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons;
  7. External link, Font Awesome by Dave Gandy - [CC BY-SA 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons.
  8. Upload File, Font Awesome by Dave Gandy - [CC BY-SA 3.0 (], via Wikimedia Commons.