Many of the new notebooks from the DMI Summer School are designed to work with a subset of ICANN email data having to do with human rights.

Ideally, what gets included in the core BigBang repository is easy for people to started with. That's why all the other notebooks have used just a few SciPy mailing lists.

I'm wondering whether we should include the ICANN data in the core BigBang repository.

I don't think there's a privacy issue with that, though maybe somebody else might have a reason to object.

It would also be a strong signal that BigBang is now intended to be used to analyze Internet governance, not just open source communities.


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