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Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
Change the world with open source software and content
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The presentation at the summer school of the GEospatial and Space Technology consortium for Innovative Social Services in Tokyo University Komaba Campus. …

The presentation at the summer school of the GEospatial and Space Technology consortium for Innovative Social Services in Tokyo University Komaba Campus.
http://gestiss.org/g-spase/summerschool/

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  • 1. Change the world with open source software and content Hal Seki 1 Aug 2013 , GESTISS Summer School http://slideshare.net/hal_sk/ 1Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 2. Hal Seki @hal_sk Geo developer for business: community: people: 2Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 3. Confidential motivation Making the world better place to live with geolocation technologies. 3Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 4. Confidential Today I’d like to explain • How open source softwares change the world. • Why open data is important for social changes. 4Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 5. I've been impressed in people's power through operating below project. 5Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 6. Provide and aggregate disaster information by formatting them using geolocation data. Mission 6Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 7. sinsai.info 7Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 8. 8Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 9. 95%+ of reports have been collected from Twitter by volunteers half manually 9Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 10. Statistics 12,000+ reports 1,000,000+ PV in first one month 650,000+ unique visitors * not include API access 10Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 11. And supported by: Total number Moderators 100+ Developers 100+ Translators 10+ Operated by volunteers 11Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 12. Based on Open Source Software 'Ushahidi' 12Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 13. 13Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 14. • We could launch Sinsai.info just only 4 hours after the earthquake happen. • We learned not only technical things but also ‘solutions’ from the ‘tested’ platform. • World-wide volunteers helped us because Ushahidi had a strong community, and had been translated into several languages. • We ported back our source code to original code-base. Why open source was important? 14Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 15. https://github.com/whitehouse 15Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 16. Confidential Today I’d like to explain • How open source softwares change the world. • Why open data is important for social changes. 16Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 17. What is OpenData? 17Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 18. Idea that certain data should be freely available to everyone to use and republish as they wish, without restrictions from copyright, patents or other mechanisms of control. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_data 18Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 19. http://okfn.org/opendata/ 19Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 20. http://opendatahandbook.org •Availability and Access •Reuse and Redistribution •Universal Participation 20Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 21. Open Data in Government 21Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 22. • Transparency • Releasing social and commercial value. • Participation and engagement Three common reasons of Open (Gov) Data. 22Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 23. Value chain of OpenData businesses Open Data (Public Sector Information) Companies make services For Citizens For Governments For Companies Citizen participant Government Economic growth 23Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 24. http://data.gov 24Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 25. http://oakland.crimespotting.org 25Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 26. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/open-data-charter/g8- open-data-charter-and-technical-annex 26Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 27. http://datameti.go.jp/data/ 27Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 28. Summit Developers Developers Summit 2013 Action ! http://www.city.sabae.fukui.jp/pageview.html?id=11552 28Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 29. Summit Developers Developers Summit 2013 Action ! http://spending.jp/ 29Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 30. International Spending Data Party July 20-21 30Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 31. • Open data is the platform of people participant. • Open source softwares are a workable solution catalog in the world. • Civic community is a key of open government and citizen participant. 31Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 32. Code for Japan connects citizens to government using Civic-Tech Government Citizen Civic-tech Community Code for Japan Soluttion/ Services Join Participant Open data Volunteer work UseFeedback UseFeedbackSupport 32Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 33. http://codeforkanazawa.org/ 33Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 34. Code for Japan was just stared this month. You can join us! Please visit http://code4japan.org/ 34Wednesday, July 31, 13
  • 35. Thank you for your time feedback welcome http://twitter.com/hal_sk while (Japan.recovering) { we.hack(); } 35Wednesday, July 31, 13

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