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Open Data Communities: what is going on in Italy? Open Data Communities: what is going on in Italy? Presentation Transcript

  • Open Data communitiesWhats going on in Italy? Stefano Costa Open Knowledge Foundation Italia Milano, 5th May 2011
  • Communities:● Non-institutional● Non-governative● Bottom-up organisations
  • CaveatThere is no Freedom ofInformation Act in Italy
  • SpaghettiOpenData.org
  • SpaghettiOpenData.org● Unstructured community● Civil servants● Software developers● Civic hackers
  • TransparencyBusiness Participation et cetera
  • Transparency
  • The Guardian
  • Wired Italia
  • La Repubblica (major newspaper)
  • Raw data from abroad
  • Associazione Italiana per lOpen Government
  • http://tinyurl.com/opendataitalia
  • Geodata(aka: we were here before anyone else)
  • OpenStreetMap.it
  • Associazione Italiana perlInformazione Geografica Libera Promoting Free and Open SourceGeospatial Software and Open Geodata
  • LinkedOpenData.it
  • Participatory Sky Quality Monitoring (under ODBL)
  • Open Bibliographic data (beta)
  • What is relevant to LAPSI?● Nor “Public Sector Information” neither “PSI” are part of the day-to-day vocabulary of open data communities● Some communities (but not all) are deeply aware of the importance of legal aspects ‒ we need to create bridges of exchange● Theres a varying level of interaction between Italy and EU initiatives ‒ thematic networks play a key role
  • Do we have acommon strategy?
  • One ring to ruleem all CKAN: the data hub
  • http://it.ckan.net/
  • Main contributions come from ...
  • Tracking re-use
  • From open to linked
  • Grazie!Image credits:Spaghetti: http://www.flickr.com/photos/gotosira/4699302559/Mapping conference: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pibinko/2570491916/Mapping Spritz: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pibinko/2531017400/ Stefano Costa stefano.costa@okfn.org Open Knowledge Foundation Italia Milano, 5th May 2011