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  • 1. Hacks4Democracy a hackday on open government, open data and transparency 17. & 18. April 2010, Berlin by Daniel Dietich, Berlin 2010 1
  • 2. Why an open data hackday? Archive of the city of Toronto 2
  • 3. Why an open data hackday? • more and more data... Archive of the city of Toronto 2
  • 4. Why an open data hackday? • more and more data... • produced for public purposes Archive of the city of Toronto 2
  • 5. Why an open data hackday? • more and more data... • produced for public purposes • financed with our taxes Archive of the city of Toronto 2
  • 6. Why an open data hackday? • more and more data... • produced for public purposes • financed with our taxes • digitalisation makes access and distribution so easy Archive of the city of Toronto 2
  • 7. Why an open data hackday? • more and more data... • produced for public purposes • financed with our taxes • digitalisation makes access and distribution so easy • there are No reasons for any limitations on access, Archive of the city of Toronto use, remix and distribution 2
  • 8. Open data & democracy Tschernobyl 3
  • 9. Open data & democracy • access to information is a civil right Tschernobyl 3
  • 10. Open data & democracy • access to information is a civil right • informed decisions are only possible with access to that data Tschernobyl 3
  • 11. Open data & democracy • access to information is a civil right • informed decisions are only possible with access to that data • responsible citizens are good for democracy Tschernobyl 3
  • 12. Access with 3-fold benefit Visualisation travel times in London 4
  • 13. Access with 3-fold benefit 1. individual decision making Visualisation travel times in London 4
  • 14. Access with 3-fold benefit 1. individual decision making 2. potential for innovation and economy Visualisation travel times in London 4
  • 15. Access with 3-fold benefit 1. individual decision making 2. potential for innovation and economy 3. government, public sector administration and social change become more transparent Visualisation travel times in London 4
  • 16. The way we organise information is rapidly changing 5
  • 17. The way we organise information is rapidly changing 5
  • 18. The way we organise information is rapidly changing • websites become platforms 5
  • 19. The way we organise information is rapidly changing • websites become platforms • transparency invokes interactivity 5
  • 20. The way we organise information is rapidly changing • websites become platforms • transparency invokes interactivity • consumers become people who make stuff 5
  • 21. The state as a service-maschine Infrastructure: - streets - hospitals - schools - universities - libraries Our taxes > > - ... Services: - administration - police - public services - ... 6
  • 22. 7
  • 23. but... 7
  • 24. but... most government websites suck 7
  • 25. Three laws of open government data Source: http://eaves.ca/2009/09/30/three-law-of-open-government-data/ 8
  • 26. Three laws of open government data Source: http://eaves.ca/2009/09/30/three-law-of-open-government-data/ 8
  • 27. Three laws of open government data 1. if it can’t be spidered or indexed, it doesn’t exist Source: http://eaves.ca/2009/09/30/three-law-of-open-government-data/ 8
  • 28. Three laws of open government data 1. if it can’t be spidered or indexed, it doesn’t exist 2. if it isn’t available in open and machine readable format, it can’t engage Source: http://eaves.ca/2009/09/30/three-law-of-open-government-data/ 8
  • 29. Three laws of open government data 1. if it can’t be spidered or indexed, it doesn’t exist 2. if it isn’t available in open and machine readable format, it can’t engage 3. if a legal framework doesn’t allow it to be repurposed, it doesn’t empower Source: http://eaves.ca/2009/09/30/three-law-of-open-government-data/ 8
  • 30. population data opening hours post codes road constructions garbage pick-up times environmental data maps addresses press releases laws statistics petitions 9
  • 31. It’s our data we are talking about, we paid the taxes for it population data opening hours post codes road constructions garbage pick-up times environmental data maps addresses press releases laws statistics petitions 9
  • 32. What to do?
  • 33. What to do? hack the government
  • 34. Why? 11
  • 35. Why? • there are a lot of interesting things that can be done with government data, but... 11
  • 36. Why? • there are a lot of interesting things that can be done with government data, but... • it is often not publicly available and open 11
  • 37. Why? • there are a lot of interesting things that can be done with government data, but... • it is often not publicly available and open • access 11
  • 38. Why? • there are a lot of interesting things that can be done with government data, but... • it is often not publicly available and open • access • license 11
  • 39. Why? • there are a lot of interesting things that can be done with government data, but... • it is often not publicly available and open • access • license • format 11
  • 40. What? 12
  • 41. What? • this weekend + data + creative people (you!) = 12
  • 42. What? • this weekend + data + creative people (you!) = • explore data and make it accessible 12
  • 43. What? • this weekend + data + creative people (you!) = • explore data and make it accessible • build apps & prototypes 12
  • 44. What? • this weekend + data + creative people (you!) = • explore data and make it accessible • build apps & prototypes • demonstrate what can be done with government & public service data 12
  • 45. get ready - code! 13
  • 46. get ready - code! • explore 13
  • 47. get ready - code! • explore • create 13
  • 48. get ready - code! • explore • create • share 13
  • 49. get ready - code! • explore • create • share • diy 13
  • 50. Hack the Government 14
  • 51. open government? -Tim O’Reilly 15
  • 52. open government? It’s up to our community to respond, with our ideas, with our voices, with our creativity and our code. -Tim O’Reilly 15
  • 53. How? 16
  • 54. How? • session planning 16
  • 55. How? • session planning • presentations part I 16
  • 56. How? • session planning • presentations part I • lunch at 1pm 16
  • 57. How? • session planning • presentations part I • lunch at 1pm • presentations part II 16
  • 58. How? • session planning • presentations part I • lunch at 1pm • presentations part II • presentations part III 16
  • 59. How? • session planning • presentations part I • lunch at 1pm • presentations part II • presentations part III • coffee 16
  • 60. How? • session planning • presentations part I • lunch at 1pm • presentations part II • presentations part III • coffee • research / concepts / hacking / 16
  • 61. How? • session planning • presentations part I • lunch at 1pm • presentations part II • presentations part III • coffee • research / concepts / hacking / • closing session & presentation of first results 16
  • 62. hackday schedule • Saturday, 17. April 2010 • 16:00 - 19:00 hacking in small groups • 10:00 - 10:30 Welcome / Introduction: what to know? • 19:00 - 20:00 Closing Session and presentations • 10:30 - 11:30 Session planning • Sunday, 18. April • 11:30 - 12:30 1. Block Sessions 3 x 20 min. Sessions • 10:00 - 11:00 Coffee • 12:30 - 13:30 Lunch break • 11:00 - 13:00 Hacking 1. Teil • 13:30 - 14:30 2. Block Sessions 3 x 20 min. Sessions • 13:00 - 14:00 Lunch • 14:30 - 15:30 3. Block Sessions 3 x 20 min. Sessions • 14:00 - 16:00 Hacking 2. Teil • 15:30 - 16:00 Coffee • 16:00 - 18:00 Closing Session & presentation
  • 63. about your session
  • 64. about your session • 15 minutes
  • 65. about your session • 15 minutes • brief intorduction
  • 66. about your session • 15 minutes • brief intorduction • hack or other project
  • 67. about your session • 15 minutes • brief intorduction • hack or other project • tech used
  • 68. about your session • 15 minutes • brief intorduction • hack or other project • tech used • looking for help?
  • 69. about your session • 15 minutes • brief intorduction • hack or other project • tech used • looking for help? • skills needed
  • 70. by Daniel Dietich, Berlin 2010 19
  • 71. this is just the beginning... by Daniel Dietich, Berlin 2010 19
  • 72. this is just the beginning... Open Democracy Camp 8. & 9. May 2010 Berlin Open Data Camp, July 2010 Apps4Democracy Germany, September 2010 by Daniel Dietich, Berlin 2010 19