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Digital technology is changing the way we live our lives in areas such as banking, entertainment, education and tourism. This technology also has the capacity to transform civic society – including …

Digital technology is changing the way we live our lives in areas such as banking, entertainment, education and tourism. This technology also has the capacity to transform civic society – including democratic participation, citizen journalism and supporting local communities. National and Local Governments around the world are opening up the data that they hold for reuse by others. The reuse of Open Government Data facilitates transparency, participation, collaboration and economic development.

The aim of Code for Ireland is to bring together people from local communities, software developers and people working in government in order to develop apps and services that solve community problems and also to enable open government. The first Code for Ireland chapter has been established in Dublin and in the coming years additional chapters will be established in other Irish cities and towns.

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  • Digital technology is changing the way we live our lives in areas such as banking, entertainment, education and tourism.  This technology also has the capacity to transform civic society – including democratic participation, citizen journalism and supporting local communities. National and Local Governments around the world are opening up the data that they hold for reuse by others.  The reuse of Open Government Data facilitates transparency, participation, collaboration and economic development.
     
    The aim of Code for Ireland is to bring together people from local communities, software developers and people working in government in order to develop apps and services that solve community problems and also to enable open government. The first Code for Ireland chapter has been established in Dublin and in the coming years additional chapters will be established in other Irish cities and towns.
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    • 1. Code for Ireland Frontline Conversations@SAUL School of Architecture, University of Limerick 25th February, 2014 Dominic Byrne @dominic _ _ byrne
    • 2. Vision To develop apps and services that solve community problems and to enable government to become more open.
    • 3. digital transformation
    • 4. banking http://www.flickr.com/photos/37430158@N05/8240150011/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/whitez/9481669689
    • 5. travel
    • 6. entertainment
    • 7. social http://www.flickr.com/photos/jasonahowie/858394921
    • 8. technologies
    • 9. communications infrastructure
    • 10. ubiquitous computing https://twitter.com/BenedictEvans/statuses/426343067935719424
    • 11. location
    • 12. user generated content http://www.flickr.com/photos/greencolander/2503742560/
    • 13. data 8000 7000 6000 Exabytes 5000 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Year 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
    • 14. government & society
    • 15. motor tax http://motortax.ie/
    • 16. transport http://transportforireland.ie/
    • 17. egovernment http://egovstrategy.gov.ie/
    • 18. digital strategy http://digitaldublin.ie
    • 19. smart city – smart planet http://www.digitalbirmingham.co.uk/
    • 20. open government partnership http://www.ogpireland.ie/
    • 21. participatory budgeting
    • 22. participatory policy making
    • 23. deliberation
    • 24. community mapping http://healthmap.ie/
    • 25. service rating
    • 26. service design http://openplans.org/work/shareabouts/
    • 27. open data
    • 28. what? . public data . open formats . machine readable . accessible http://www.flickr.com/photos/mag3737/1914076277/
    • 29. why? . transparency . participation . collaboration . economic development
    • 30. U.S. government http://data.gov
    • 31. U.K. government http://data.gov.uk
    • 32. worldwide
    • 33. Fingal Open Data Video http://www.slideshare.net/FingalOpenData/fingal-open-data-video
    • 34. fingal open data http://data.fingal.ie
    • 35. dublinked http://dublinked.ie
    • 36. local government clare sligo limerick http://www.clarecoco.ie/your-council/opendata/ http://opendata.limerick.ie/ roscommon http://www.roscommoncoco.ie/en/Services/Maps/Google_Earth_Files/ http://www.sligococo.ie/Opendata/ galway http://www.galway.ie/en/Services/MapZone/GoogleEarth/
    • 37. census http://data.cso.ie
    • 38. marine http://data.marine.ie
    • 39. government policy . G8 open data charter . open data board . implementation group . open data portal http://www.flickr.com/photos/ronanone/802918511/
    • 40. volunteering
    • 41. meitheal http://www.flickr.com/photos/museumwales/2550232039
    • 42. tidy towns http://www.flickr.com/photos/walhalla/519940314
    • 43. wikipedia http://wikipedia.org
    • 44. openstreetmap http://openstreetmap.org
    • 45. http://ushahidi.com
    • 46. syria tracker https://syriatracker.crowdmap.com/
    • 47. http://mysociety.org/
    • 48. http://open311.org/
    • 49. cognitive surplus “the world has over a trillion hours a year of free time to commit to shared projects” - Clay Shirky http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:ClayShirkyJI1.jpg
    • 50. Raw Data Now A year of open data http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/tim_berners_lee_the_year_open_data_went_worldwide.html
    • 51. ireland
    • 52. http://kildarestreet.com/
    • 53. http://fixyourstreet.ie/
    • 54. http://fixmystreet.ie/
    • 55. http://whoismytd.com/
    • 56. fingal day tripper http://fingaldaytripper.33eels.com/
    • 57. urban rural http://urbanrural.herokuapp.com/
    • 58. http://ceall.com/mobile.html
    • 59. code for america
    • 60. apps http://codeforamerica.org/apps/free.html
    • 61. code for ireland
    • 62. developers contribute skills to create apps that make a positive difference in local communities http://www.flickr.com/photos/heylen/4310529876/
    • 63. government workers contribute subject-matter knowledge to identification of challenges & solutions, and identify potential data sources for apps
    • 64. communities contribute knowledge of issues affecting people in their everyday lives – living, working and leisure – and how these might be addressed http://www.flickr.com/photos/aerosolhalos/5134485529/
    • 65. queuing app
    • 66. defibrillator app
    • 67. business locator app
    • 68. ideas for apps 1 Location of NAMA Buildings - potential business locations 3D Development Plan/Community Spaces Business Proposition App (Demographics) + Where Can I Locate My Business 2 Queuing App for Government Services 3 Lifesaver/Defibrillator App 24/7 Pharmacy/Doctor Finder 4 Match Up Community Volunteers with FixYourStreet problems FixyourStreet (Suggested Improvements) App Graffiti Voting App 5 Rolling Area Plan/Service Provision App (inc Feedback) 6 Dublinography (Neighbourhood/Place Mapping - see bostonography.com) 7 App Catalogue for City 8 Grants/Funding/Best practice App/Pack 9 Family Friendly What's Happening App 10 Safety in the City (Safe Places/Routes/Crime) 11 Historical Locations App (Tour)   Crowdsourcing Heritage/Tourism 12 Free WiFi HotSpots 13 Dublin Bikes App http://www.flickr.com/photos/guilhermy/217598248
    • 69. 2014 targets . 10 meetups . 5 apps . 3 cities/towns
    • 70. Code for Ireland Frontline Conversations@SAUL School of Architecture, University of Limerick 25th February, 2014 Dominic Byrne @dominic _ _ byrne
    • 71. www.slideshare.net/byrnedominic Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ Pictures as marked used under Creative Commons license. If you believe any content is infringing copyright, please let me know @dominic _ _ byrne
    • 72. www.codeforireland.com info@codeforireland.com @codeforall_ire facebook.com/codeforallire

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