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Presentation on open data to the Association for Local Government IT Managers in New Zealand, 23 Nov 2010. Covers examples of open data applications, and what they in local government IT can be ...

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    Open Data, ALGIM 2010 Open Data, ALGIM 2010 Presentation Transcript

    • Open Data Nat Torkington Open New Zealand ALGIM 2010
    • Wellibus
    • Routes
    • Select
    • $$$?
    • Nick Parfene
    • Public Transit Data
    • Actively used
    • Hang on, don’t we already do that?
    • So why not use our sites?
    • $
    • 1: There’s life outside the firewall
    • How many softwaredevelopers does it take to change local government IT?
    • You won because you all provided the same interface.
    • Prereqs
    • Conduits
    • APIs: Open311
    • Benefit: Scale
    • Benefit: Competition
    • 2: Standards are a force multiplier
    • Data business != Open data
    • Who are you excluding?
    • Every charge represents a lost opportunity
    • Lower thebarrier to entry
    • ... than never to have loved at all
    • Lost Opportunities
    • 3. Open should be open to all
    • Wish List
    • 1. FixMyStreet
    • 2. Rates
    • 3. Restaurant Inspections
    • 4. There are three things you can work on now
    • Key Points• There’s life outside the firewall• Standards are a force multiplier• Open should be open to all• Do three things this year• Talk to us at Open New Zealand
    • gnat@open.org.nzenquiries@open.org.nz