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Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)
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Open Data Culture (the point of view of the civic hackers)

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What is open data and what do the community to increase the concept?

What is open data and what do the community to increase the concept?

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  • 1. Open Data Culture the point of view of the civic hackers Maurizio Napolitano <napo@fbk.eu>
  • 2. “A piece of content or data is open if anyone is free to use, reuse, and redistribute it — subject only, at most, to the requirement to attribute and share-alike.” http://opendefinition.org/ Open Data Definition
  • 3. Summary http://opendatahandbook.org/it/ http://www.april.org/formats-ou verts-pour-quoi-faire weak legal aspects technological neutrality Improve the reuse Documentation (human/machine) Disseminate
  • 4. https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/open-data-charter/g8-open-data-charter-and-technical-annex
  • 5. http://index.okfn.org/
  • 6. http://it-city.census.okfn.org/
  • 7. http://www.slideshare.net/countculture/ogd-camp-2011 by a presentation of Chirs Taggart Open Data YEAH!!! After the party ...
  • 8. Open Data YEAH!!! After the party ... AVOID THE OPEN DATA TALKERS
  • 9. TALKING MAKING TRUST THE CIVIC HACKERS pictures by Matteo Fortini - https://www.flickr.com/photos/mfortini
  • 10. http://www.cambianeve.net/2014/03/31/10-cose-che-ho-capito-a-sod14/ 1.Bottom-up program 2.You don't need to be a hacker/nerd 3.New words: hackaton, gitHub ... 4.Open Data is not an object it is a way of working, it is a philosophy of life. 5.Everyone can contribute 6.Open Data overturns the point of view bottom-up revolution 7.Quantity vs usefulness of open data 8.Open Data should be K.I.S.S. 9.south italy needs more aggregation 10. Happy to be part of the community
  • 11. Stanza Body [Data as Culture]. http://www.theodi.org/culture/body-01000010011011110110010001111001-2012. sculpture By The artist Stanza
  • 12. http://theodi.org/culture/collection
  • 13. http://challenge.dati.trentino.it/
  • 14. Italian examples
  • 15. http://www.openricostruzione.it/comune/finale-emilia-comune
  • 16. Grazie For contacts Twitter: @napo Blog: http://de.straba.us Slide:http://slideshare.net/napo Email: napo@fbk.eu presentation released under the CC-BY license

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