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Opening-up data in Italy:some concrete stuff that worked     summary from Federico Morando      (federico.morando@gmail.co...
the good news is...
...6 minutes were almost enough to list      relevant stuff at OGDC 2010,          but now they are not!
<experimenting sustainable models>
</experimenting sustainable models>
<reusing personal data></reusing personal data>
<open community data: participatory sky monitoring>             </open community data>
<open corporate data></open corporate data>
<mashups with UGC><cycling tour guide: Ciclovia Alpe Adria>          <cycling tour guide>
</mashups with UGC>
<data visualization>
</data visualization>
<just launched:inspired by MySociety, CodeforAmerica>           </just launched>
<open data portals>
<first comers></first comers>
<data infrastructure re-use></data infrastructure re-use>
<Italian official national portal></Italian official national portal>
<municipalities>
<one of the first comers>           <>
<joining regional portals></joining regional portals>
<one of the latest news></one of the latest news>
</municipalities>
<open statistical data></open statistical data>
</open data portals>
<getting the right licenses (or almost...)><ref. to the OpenDefinition in the official        Vademecum of dati.gov.it>   ...
<geodata in Pavia: from BY-NC-SA to BY>          </geodata in Pavia>      </getting the right licenses>
thanks to OKFN-IT guys,several other examples are available at     http://okfnpad.org/okfnit-ogd(if you know about other r...
<for the records>about the Italian scenario, also see presentations from:    Lorenzo Benussi about Apps4Italy & dati.gov.i...
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Opening-up data in Italy: some concrete stuff that worked. Examples of re-use, some recently opened data and a few other updates.

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  1. 1. Opening-up data in Italy:some concrete stuff that worked summary from Federico Morando (federico.morando@gmail.com) from ref. collected by OKFN-IT http://okfnpad.org/okfnit-ogd
  2. 2. the good news is...
  3. 3. ...6 minutes were almost enough to list relevant stuff at OGDC 2010, but now they are not!
  4. 4. <experimenting sustainable models>
  5. 5. </experimenting sustainable models>
  6. 6. <reusing personal data></reusing personal data>
  7. 7. <open community data: participatory sky monitoring> </open community data>
  8. 8. <open corporate data></open corporate data>
  9. 9. <mashups with UGC><cycling tour guide: Ciclovia Alpe Adria> <cycling tour guide>
  10. 10. </mashups with UGC>
  11. 11. <data visualization>
  12. 12. </data visualization>
  13. 13. <just launched:inspired by MySociety, CodeforAmerica> </just launched>
  14. 14. <open data portals>
  15. 15. <first comers></first comers>
  16. 16. <data infrastructure re-use></data infrastructure re-use>
  17. 17. <Italian official national portal></Italian official national portal>
  18. 18. <municipalities>
  19. 19. <one of the first comers> <>
  20. 20. <joining regional portals></joining regional portals>
  21. 21. <one of the latest news></one of the latest news>
  22. 22. </municipalities>
  23. 23. <open statistical data></open statistical data>
  24. 24. </open data portals>
  25. 25. <getting the right licenses (or almost...)><ref. to the OpenDefinition in the official Vademecum of dati.gov.it> </ref. to the OpenDefinition>
  26. 26. <geodata in Pavia: from BY-NC-SA to BY> </geodata in Pavia> </getting the right licenses>
  27. 27. thanks to OKFN-IT guys,several other examples are available at http://okfnpad.org/okfnit-ogd(if you know about other relevant cases, please add them there)
  28. 28. <for the records>about the Italian scenario, also see presentations from: Lorenzo Benussi about Apps4Italy & dati.gov.it Marco Fioretti about open data & schools Michele Barbera & Aline Pennisi about OpenBilancio Ernesto Belisario, and others... OGDC2010 presentation (http://goo.gl/kwE92) </for the records>
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