Open Goverment Data: What, why, how?

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Open Goverment Data: What, why, how?

  1. 1. C rtn iu hii Vl m sa l
  2. 2. http://okfnpad.org/YRYIR1P8rg
  3. 3. What?
  4. 4. What is open government data?
  5. 5. Its all about:
  6. 6. Re-use
  7. 7. From legal uncertainty...
  8. 8. … to legal clarity.
  9. 9. Open data: free for anyone to reuse orredistribute for any purpose
  10. 10. use reuse“open” = redistribution commercial reuse C derivative works “do what you like” may require: - attribution - sharing back
  11. 11. opendefinition.org
  12. 12. Why?
  13. 13. Better public servicesEconomic growthAccountabilityGovernanceInnovationEfficiency
  14. 14. Enable people to make useful,valuable things with government data
  15. 15. New ways of representing data
  16. 16. Put policies into context
  17. 17. New ways of delivering data
  18. 18. Personalised services
  19. 19. A richer data ecosystem
  20. 20. Not just about government
  21. 21. More pairs of eyes
  22. 22. Harness external expertise
  23. 23. External innovation
  24. 24. Social value and economic value
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  26. 26. Open government data in Europe?Austria Germany NetherlandsBelgium Greece PolandBulgaria Hungary PortugalCyprus Ireland RomaniaCzech Republic Italy SlovakiaDenmark Latvia SloveniaEstonia Lithuania SpainFinland Luxembourg SwedenFrance Malta United Kingdom
  27. 27. Open government data in Europe?Austria Germany NetherlandsBelgium Greece PolandBulgaria Hungary PortugalCyprus Ireland RomaniaCzech Republic Italy SlovakiaDenmark Latvia SloveniaEstonia Lithuania SpainFinland Luxembourg SwedenFrance Malta United Kingdom
  28. 28. “I have said it before, andI say it again: yes to open data!”EC Vice President Neelie Kroes
  29. 29. PublicData.eu13k+ datasets
  30. 30. OpenDataChallenge.org €20k, 60 days
  31. 31. How?
  32. 32. 4 main steps
  33. 33. 1. MAKE DATALEGALLY OPEN
  34. 34. A.Use an existing license/legal tool
  35. 35. Public Domain (no rights reserved)- Public Domain Dedication & License (PDDL)- Creative Commons Zero (CC0)Attribution (you must give credit)- Open Data Commons Attribution (ODC -BY)- Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY)Sharealike (you must share back)- Open Data Commons Attribution-Sharealike (ODbL)- Creative Commons Attribution Sharealike (CC-BY-SA)
  36. 36. B.Create your own license/legal tool
  37. 37. “Public data will be released under thesame open licence which enablesfree reuse, including commercialreuse – all data should be under thesame easy to understand licence.” Public Data Principles data.gov.uk
  38. 38. Make sure it is “open” as in opendefinition.org
  39. 39. 2. MAKE DATATECHNICALLY OPEN
  40. 40. “Raw data now!”
  41. 41. 3. MAKE DATAEASY TO FIND
  42. 42. http://ckan.org- Open source, themable, flexible- Lots of useful features- Powers 30+ data catalogues data.gov.uk data.norge.no data.overheid.nl
  43. 43. 4.ENGAGE WITHDATA REUSERS
  44. 44. Events, competitions, hackdays, ...
  45. 45. Listen to what data reusers want
  46. 46. Be part of the open data community
  47. 47. More info?
  48. 48. Find out about open government data around the world:http://opengovernmentdata.org
  49. 49. http://opengovernmentdata.org/film
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  51. 51. Join the open government data community: http://bit.ly/ogd-list
  52. 52. O i nll e r i r i sd c d s ga i etJnt n roa a G e h yO e D tH nbo - t :w woedt adok r pn a adok h p /w . na hnbo. g a t/ p a o

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