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  • @hackdeoverheid (more) open data and Apps www.hackdeoverheid.nl
  • Hackathon ±Hackathons: Data and problem pitching, coding, showcasing prototypes, drinks
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  • App-competitions ±Appcompetitions: Announce; Release (data); Hack(athon); Submit; Reward
  • 48 Apps 120 Hackers Transport-data
  • 24 Apps 65 Hackers Geo-data
  • Programme
    • Open data Bazaar
      • showcasing the opendata field, let others shine. Invited all 'local' dutch communities and initiatives (works)
      • workshops for important opendataprojects like openkvk, openOV, opencultuurdata, openspending in the NL (works).
      • Engaging important decisionmakers en potential partners (works)
      • hackathon with education: a lot of fun, important work, but groups of student need more time to built a workable prototype. (educational envolvement is a long term value, so it works)
  • Programme (2)
    • Open data weekend
      • Located in the former Shell Building
      • Workshops for the projects
      • Hackathon (targeted audience 150 hackers)
      • Evening programme with food and international keynotes from code and design guru's
      • Shared venue with PUBLIC evening / night programme organized by the Eddy the Eagle Museum. Art goes dataviz and interactive data-installations - party.
      • Possiblities for 'camping' for coders outside of town
      • --> Already really proud and looking forward to this first important step to engage 'normal people with opendata'
    • Does not scale to ‘all’-governments, firstmover only tactics?
      • Expensive
      • Too much events?
      • Too few developers?
      • Repetition will slow down the outcomes?
    More Apps-competitions?
    • Apps that are built on local data should be scaled nationwide across all pertaining areas.
      • Does organizing local app competitions make sense, or does it duplicate time and effort and create redundancy in application coverage?
      • However, innovations should be able to start ‘local’
    More Apps-competitions?
    • government capabilities to co-create competitions focusing on the community?
      • We had luck with the gov people sofar
      • But the process is challenging and bureaucratic
      • With introduction of constraints which not optimize success, but reduce risks (no way)
        • Not use the words hack / hackathon
        • In terms of projects, locations, programmes, entourage
    More Apps-competitions?
    • 1. how we can engage civic hackers to work with us on open data while we gradually transform government and society?
    • 2. How do we create an ecosystem where experiments are applauded, social value is recognized, governments become more efficient and businesses can grow and prosper?
    Central questions
    • We only organize hackathons (2-3) which are focussed on the coolest ideas code / open data / hackie things
    • No more project involvement in App-competitions
    • Sponsorships available for:
      • Governments
      • App-competitions
      • Businesses, NGO’s & Consortia (culture-, health-, enviroment-, development-data)
    • Providing
      • A Place to introduce new datasets and civic challenges
      • Announce competitions, Award-moments
      • Community platform
    Our plans are focussed on the community
  • Join the movement