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Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
Entando and Open Data
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Entando and Open Data

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Entando creates new opportunities and allows to adopt a new model of transparency and services for the citizens using the data …

Entando creates new opportunities and allows to adopt a new model of transparency and services for the citizens using the data
produced by the Governments and Organizations.

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  1. Entando and Open Data www.entando.com info@entando.com11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 1
  2. What is Open Data?11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 2
  3. What is Open Data (1/2) Open Data is as defined by the Open Definition: “Open data is data that can be freely used, reused and redistributed by anyone - subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and sharealike.”11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 3
  4. What is Open Data (2/2) • Availability and Access: the data must be available as a whole and at no more than a reasonable reproduction cost, preferably by downloading over the internet • Reuse and Redistribution: the data must be provided under terms that permit reuse and redistribution including the intermixing with other datasets. • Universal Participation: everyone must be able to use, reuse and redistribute - there should be no discrimination against fields of endeavour or against persons or groups.11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 4
  5. Why?11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 5
  6. Why Open Data• Transparency• Participation• Collaboration• Economic Opportunities11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 6
  7. How?11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 7
  8. How to open up data (1/2)• Keep it simple. Start out small, simple and fast.• Engage early and engage often. Engage with actual and potential users and reusers of the data as early and as often as you can, be they citizens, businesses or developers.• Address common fears and misunderstandings. This is especially important for large institutions such as government.11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 8
  9. How to open up data (2/2)• Choose your dataset(s). Choose the dataset(s) you plan to make open.• Apply an open license. Determine what intellectual property rights exist in the data.• Make the data available - in bulk and in a useful format.• Make it discoverable - post on the web and perhaps organize a central catalogue to list your open datasets.11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 9
  10. Licenses11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 10
  11. Conformant Content Licenses• BY = requires attribution• SA = require share-alike11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 11
  12. Conformant Data Licenses• BY = requires attribution• SA = require share-alike11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 12
  13. Open Data with Entando11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 13
  14. Entando allows • To implement the E-government principles of transparency, participation and collaboration • Create new opportunities and allow to adopt a new model of transparency and service to the citizens using the data produced by the Governments.11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 14
  15. How• The data are available in the form of dataset, which describe the meaning and format, and the files that contain the resources can be downloaded directly from the web portal• In addition to complying the open data format, another very important aspect is that their format is machine-readable11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 15
  16. Data Reuse In order to promote the reuse of data on the website are available APIs (Application Programming Interface) access, that can encourage and facilitate the development of advanced applications based on the information provided by the Governments11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 16
  17. Case Study11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 17
  18. Cagliary Municipality http://www.comune.cagliari.it/portale/it/opendata.page11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 18
  19. APIs Interface11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 19
  20. Thanks www.entando.com info@entando.com Follow us @EntandoSrl Entando Entando11/29/2012 Entando Limited all rights reserved 20

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