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What should we expect from the Public Sector regarding Data Reuse? Is what we have now enough? A presentation by Justo Hidalgo, from Denodo Technologies and Raymond Yee, from Data Unbound .

What should we expect from the Public Sector regarding Data Reuse? Is what we have now enough? A presentation by Justo Hidalgo, from Denodo Technologies and Raymond Yee, from Data Unbound .

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    • 1. Public Sector Information ReuseWhat to Expect?
      Justo N. Hidalgo Sanz
      VP Product Management and Consulting, Denodo
      Raymond Yee,
      President, Data Unbound
    • 2. Big efforts are being done…
    • 3. … everywhere
    • 4. … everywhere
    • 5. … everywhere
    • 6. Butwe’rejuststarting
      There are stilllots of data “behindthecrust”
      Mustbeappropriatelyshared and licensed
      Peoplewillstartfromthere
    • 7. And we’renotgettingallthehelpwe’dlike
    • 8. WhattoExpect of any Open Data Initiative
      Freelyaccessiblefrom Internet
      Informationisraw. Minimumaggregationor pre-formatting
      OnTime
      Accesible (appropriateformats, appropriatedocumentation)
      Processablebyautomatedmeans
      Non-discriminatory
      Non-proprietary
      License-free. Maximumefforthere
      Permanent. Data shouldhaveURIsperfectlydefined
      Promotion of reuse and post-analysis
      Reliability and trust. Enoughmetadatainformation
    • 9. Howto set it up successfully: understanding
      Understanding and communicating why this is important -- both to people on the inside and people on the outside
      Efforts like data.gov and data.gov.uk are still new and in a sense unproven. But they are there as an instance to discuss, to think whether they apply to the local context.
    • 10. Howto set it up successfully: attracting
      Getting enough critical mass of people to do stuff with the data.
      Visibility and hints to users to start doing stuff
      Start with popular data (e.g. crime, real estate, …) but realize that interesting uses come from almost any piece of information
      Contestsmightworktoo!
    • 11. Howto set it up successfully: offering
      Give enough importance to technical issues: data formats, services vs downloads, and so on
      And, be ready to be embarrasedby the use of that data!
    • 12. Example: Service vs Downloads
      • Start in low-static
      • 13. Somedatasetswilljuststaythere
      • 14. Butothersshouldbereused in servicemode
      • 15. Someconsiderations: sec, scalability, SLAs, userregistry
    • Howto set it up successfully: enduring
      Actions must be sustained in time
      Starting might be more or less difficult, but what it is really hard is to keep this effort constantly
      Commitment must come from above
    • 16. Howto set it up successfully: prioritizing
      The exercise of openness and reuse must be part of the core operations of the company/administration
      If open data is just an add-on, then it will not matter neither internally nor externally, and it will not succeed. As in any other strategic action, it must permeate from the Board downwards.
    • 17. Weknowit’srisky
      “No onewaseverpromotedfordisclosinginformation”
      US GovernmentEmployee
      OMBWatch, Towards a 21st CenturyRighttoKnow Agenda
    • 18. ButifGovernments and administrationsalike do theirpart…
      Understand
      Attract
      Offer
      Endure
      Prioritize
      , citizens and companieswill do therest:
    • 19.
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    • 21.
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    • 23.
    • 24. And how do weachievethistechnically?
    • 25. Data ReuseArchitecture
    • 26. The light isnear, so let’sworkonit!!!
    • 27. Thanks!
      Justo Hidalgo
      VP Product Management and Consulting,
      Denodo Technologies
      (jhidalgo@denodo.com)
      (http://www.linkedin.com/in/justohidalgo)
      Raymond Yee
      President,
      Data Unbound
      (raymond.yee@dataunbound.com)
      (http://www.linkedin.com/in/rdhyee)