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Presentation @ OKCon for Code for Europe. More information can be found at www.codeforeurope.org

Presentation @ OKCon for Code for Europe. More information can be found at www.codeforeurope.org



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OKCon Code for Europe OKCon Code for Europe Presentation Transcript

  • Code for Europe brings change agents to your city They help foster innovation And help cities work with commons and technology
  • In 2013 10 fellows worked in 7 cities throughout EU They created 8 apps that are now shared via Github and EuropeCommons.org
  • Join us! Become a host city or a code fellow Go to www.codeforeurope.net for more information
  • Change agents Katalin Gallyas Open Innovation Policy Advisor City of Amsterdam
  • 24 hour citizens
  • Tech Gap? City: Citizens: •  Cities are multilayered (hierarchical) , challenged by budget cuts, slow down with urban redesign projects! •  Old procurement structures (vendor lock)! •  General risk averse! •  24 hours connected! •  Changing needs: craving for immediate feed-back from city! •  Want to leverage on the rapid development of Internet tech and social media!
  • Trends that will transform city governance …. !
  • Trends City = Interface
  • Trends Platformism
  • Trends P2P Markets
  • City Governance! Transactions! Citizens!
  • Meet the fellows Alan Meyer Fellow Berlin Ohyoon Kwon Fellow Amsterdam Piotr Steininger Fellow Amsterdam Giovanni Maggini Fellow Amsterdam
  • Lessons learnt Fellowship 2013 Suzanne Heerschop Project Manager Waag Society Anne-Claire Frank Project coordinator City of Amsterdam
  • lessons learnt fellowship 2013 Suzanne Heerschop Project Manager Anne-Claire Frank Coordinator
  • Accelerators Developer hubs Knowledge institutes Innovation labs
  • Getting involved • innovation ecosystem • ‘high and low’ level commitment • coach the ‘challenge holder’
  • Getting started... • mandate to act freely • insight in structure of government • achievable challenges (kiss)
  • Getting results... • 2-for-1 deal • working with developers is fun! • “strange duck in the bite”-effect
  • Getting online... • cities are not app publishers, yet • open source • fellow > coder
  • we code for europe
  • JOIN US! we code for europe www.codeforeurope.net
  • we code for europe Europe Commons Paul MacKay Data Technologist NESTA
  • For Software to be Shared, People Have to Know It Exists. (or: “Governments That Work Like The Web”)
  • App Marketplace: Key to Re-Use of Civic Apps
  • How$do$we$apply$this$model$to$ the$Europe? How$can$we$create$a$$distributed$ innova8on$resource$that$ encourages$more$government$to$ government$reuse$of$successful$ applica8ons? How$can$we$start$to$use$systems$ like$this$to$track$effec8veness/ impact$of$digital$applica8ons?$
  • World Bank Sponsoring Reusable Civic Commons Drupal “Distribution”
  • h@p://getopencivic.com/ 65
  • What$are$the$main$components? Applications Deployments Organizations
  • An “Application” is a working piece of software that serves a particular purpose. App Description Supporting vendors Key features Screenshots Creator Video Logo Related applications Homepage License Source code URL Release Notes Demo URL Taxonomies: Rating Application function Civic sector Tags (free tagging)
  • An “Organization” is a company, government agency, NGO or team that creates, supports or uses applications. Description Members Logo Apps experience Organization type Services Address Taxonomies: Telephone Website Civic sector Tags (free tagging)
  • A “Deployment” is the story of an application being installed for a specific organization and purpose. • Application • Organization that Deployed It • Developers • Narrative Details: What worked well with this deployment? What didn’t? • Website • Location
  • Multilingual
  • Evidence 1. Systematic reviews and meta–analyses 2. RCTs with definitive results 3. RCTs with non–definitive results 4. Cohort studies 5. Case control studies 6. Cross–sectional surveys 7. Case report
  • www.europecommons.org @europecommons paul.mackay@nesta.org.uk haidee.bell@nesta.org.uk
  • Build a better world we code for europe with apps Steffen Becker CDO Dotopen
  • we code for europe Conclusions