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Sites	
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Open	
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“[NY	
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  to	
  help	
  restore	
  trust	
  in	
  governme...
• No technical skill required to
manage content
• Content managed as
mashable data
• Modernize Antiquated
Systems, Termina...
“DistribuPons”	
  are	
  Making	
  Drupal	
  the	
  “Default”	
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Governments	
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Drupal	
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  DistribuPon
Open-­‐Source	
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  Management	
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+	
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The	
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CKAN	
  Open-­‐Source	
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  Leader	
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In	
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  CKAN	
  Broke	
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Not	
  Just	
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  Europe	
  Anymore...
• No vendor lock-In / choice of consultants / ability to build in-
house capacity
• Collaborate w/ our peers (White House)...
CKAN	
  Worldwide
http://flickr.com/photos/rocketqueen/1573565705/
But	
  Data.gov.uk,	
  Data.gov,	
  HealthData.gov,	
  	
  OpenGovPlaqorm,...
And	
  many	
  local	
  gov’ts	
  sPll	
  roll	
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Drupal	
  Itself	
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  Also	
  Becoming	
  a	
  Public	
  Sector	
  Data	
  
Management	
  System	
  (“DMS”)
•	
  MATURE:	
  >1	
  million	
  sites	
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  of	
  
all	
  sites),	
  3,718	
  Code	
  commits/wk,	
  
6,388	
  issue	...
Open Data is Just “Sharing Your Files”
• Datasets	
  are	
  collecPons	
  of	
  resources,	
  with	
  some	
  
descripPve	...
DKAN
•	
  Fully functional data portal housing datasets, Solr search, accessible
via JSON and RDF; csv or xml files uploade...
• DKAN	
  DistribuPon
DKAN Dataset
module
DKAN Datastore
module
DKAN Components
DKAN Demo
DKAN Demo
DKAN Demo
DKAN Demo
DKAN Demo
DKAN Demo
DKAN Demo
DKAN Demo
Early Returns: CivicInfo British Columbia
Early Returns: Data Wisconsin
Early Returns: Puerto Rico
•	
  Adding	
  feedback	
  on	
  
datasets
•	
  Adding	
  support	
  for	
  
data.json
•	
  Adding	
  DKAN	
  modules	
  
...
•	
  18th	
  most	
  “applauded”	
  of	
  
824	
  entries	
  in	
  Knight	
  News	
  
Challenge	
  for	
  Open	
  
Governm...
Andrew	
  Hoppin	
  
andrew@nuams.com	
  |	
  @ahoppin	
  |	
  nuams.com
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DKAN is the Drupal Distribution for open data publishing. This presentation was given 7/26/13 at CapitalCamp in Washington DC.

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Drupal DKAN CapitalCamp 2013 Presentation

  1. 1. A lot happened in the US Because of this...
  2. 2. 2 Drupal for National OpenGov...
  3. 3. New  Open-­‐Source  Drupal  CMS
  4. 4. h5p://flickr.com/photos/rocketqueen/1573565705/ Sites  for  Every  Commi5ee  (Structured  Data)
  5. 5. Open  Data  (all  $  spent)
  6. 6. LegislaPon  as  Easy  As  Google..
  7. 7. “[NY  Senate]  is  taking  a  criPcally  important  step  to  help  restore  trust  in  government.   At  a  Pme  when  confidence  in  government  in  general  has  hit  bo5om,  this  is  an   extraordinarily  valuable  step  forward”  -­‐  Lawrence  Lessig,  Harvard  Law “..clearly  se]ng  the  place  that  all  other  legislaPve  bodies  will  have  to  follow.  The  U.S.   Congress  ought  to  be  taking  some  clue”  -­‐Ellen  Miller,  ExecuPve  Director,  The  Sunlight   FoundaPon. “..demonstrates  the  New  York  State  Senate’s  commitment  to  a  transparent  and   accessible  government”  -­‐  Dave  McClure,  U.S.  GSA  Associate  Administrator “With  this  new  system,  New  York  State  takes  a  leadership  role  in  accountability  and   transparency”  -­‐  Craig  Newmark,  founder,  Craigslist.org  &  Craigslist  FoundaPon. “[We]  applaud  the  State  Senate  for  its  efforts  to  further  open  the  legislaPve  process,”   Barbara  Bartole],  LegislaPve  Director,  League  of  Women  Voters. Winner  of  three  “Best  of  New  York”  Awards NY  State  CIO  of  the  Year Named  to  InnovaPon  Week  Top  40  US  CIOs Results:  Transparency,  Yes...
  8. 8. • No technical skill required to manage content • Content managed as mashable data • Modernize Antiquated Systems, Terminate Expensive Software Licenses • Open-source platforms & developer tools, & collaborative development • Government-certified Commercial Cloud hosting • Net saving $1MM off ~ $8MM budget But  Also  More  Efficient...
  9. 9. “DistribuPons”  are  Making  Drupal  the  “Default”  CMS  for   Governments  Worldwide
  10. 10. Drupal  “DKAN”  DistribuPon Open-­‐Source  Data  Management  System  (DMS)   +  Content  Management  System  (CMS)   =  Streamlined  Data  CollaboraPon
  11. 11. The  Proprietary  SaaS  CompePPon...
  12. 12. CKAN  Open-­‐Source  Market  Leader  in  Europe...
  13. 13. In  2012  CKAN  Broke  Out...   Not  Just  for    Europe  Anymore...
  14. 14. • No vendor lock-In / choice of consultants / ability to build in- house capacity • Collaborate w/ our peers (White House) • Security transparency (US DoD is a major consumer for this reason) • Open-Source platforms often pay more heed to open formats and standards (e.g.: DCAT, RDFa, OData, JSON vs Shapefiles, PDF, etc.) • Innovation: healthy open-source projects can aggregate more engineering effort than proprietary alternatives, propagate great new extensions faster • Freedom of Hosting Options: consume as a cloud-hosted service today, change our mind and host in-house tomorrow, etc. Why  Does  Open-­‐Source  Ma5er?
  15. 15. CKAN  Worldwide
  16. 16. http://flickr.com/photos/rocketqueen/1573565705/ But  Data.gov.uk,  Data.gov,  HealthData.gov,    OpenGovPlaqorm,   etc.  all  add  Drupal  to  CKAN
  17. 17. And  many  local  gov’ts  sPll  roll  their  own...
  18. 18. Drupal  Itself  Now  Also  Becoming  a  Public  Sector  Data   Management  System  (“DMS”)
  19. 19. •  MATURE:  >1  million  sites  (2%  of   all  sites),  3,718  Code  commits/wk,   6,388  issue  comments/wk   •  IN-­‐HOUSE  SKILLS:  24%  of  .gov   sites •  EXTENSIBLE:    18,489  Modules,   1,512  Themes,  21,009   Contributors •  FISMA-­‐CerPfied  Cloud  HosPng   OpPons •  INTEGRATES  easily  w/  public   websites  lots  of  de  facto  data  is   already  published  as  content Why Drupal?
  20. 20. Open Data is Just “Sharing Your Files” • Datasets  are  collecPons  of  resources,  with  some   descripPve  metadata • Resources  are  just  files.  They  can  be  any  kind  of   file,  but  oxen  they  are  CSV  files,  spreadsheets  or   some  other  kind  of  tabular  data  file. • OrganizaPons  create  datasets  and  upload   resources. • Data  consumers  can  browse  datasets  and   somePmes  see  visualiza0ons  of  resources. 20
  21. 21. DKAN •  Fully functional data portal housing datasets, Solr search, accessible via JSON and RDF; csv or xml files uploaded through Drupal, stored in *SQL, visualized through Recline.js • Seeks  to  replicate  CKAN  2.0  funcPonality,  design,  standards,  &  API • Reuses CKAN components wherever possible (e.g.: Recline.js) • Built with support and input from the Open Knowledge Foundation • Fully open project, with code on Drupal.org/project/DKAN
  22. 22. • DKAN  DistribuPon DKAN Dataset module DKAN Datastore module DKAN Components
  23. 23. DKAN Demo
  24. 24. DKAN Demo
  25. 25. DKAN Demo
  26. 26. DKAN Demo
  27. 27. DKAN Demo
  28. 28. DKAN Demo
  29. 29. DKAN Demo
  30. 30. DKAN Demo
  31. 31. Early Returns: CivicInfo British Columbia
  32. 32. Early Returns: Data Wisconsin
  33. 33. Early Returns: Puerto Rico
  34. 34. •  Adding  feedback  on   datasets •  Adding  support  for   data.json •  Adding  DKAN  modules   to  OpenCivic  Distro Ongoing Development
  35. 35. •  18th  most  “applauded”  of   824  entries  in  Knight  News   Challenge  for  Open   Government   •  Partnered  with  Open   Knowledge  FoundaPon •  Upcoming  deployments  by   Revenue  Watch  InsPtute,   Puerto  Rico,  City  of  Cologne,   etc. •  UNDP,  Open  Gov  Partnership,   World  Bank  ICT,  Code  for   America  key  validators •Low-­‐cost  OpenSaaS? Next
  36. 36. Andrew  Hoppin   andrew@nuams.com  |  @ahoppin  |  nuams.com

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