EDF2013: Selected Talk Kristin Lyng: The Norwegian Meteorological Institute

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Selected Talk by Kristin Lyng, at the European Data Forum 2013, 10 April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland: The Norwegian Meteorological Institute

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EDF2013: Selected Talk Kristin Lyng: The Norwegian Meteorological Institute

  1. 1. @kristinlyng / kristin.lyng@met.noIT Law Professional / Data ManagerThe Norwegian Meteorological Institute
  2. 2. 3 Principles our open datapolicy is based on(that makes our strategy)+A few of those things we havelearned
  3. 3. Principle #1The decision on an open datapolicy is not user-orientedHow you make data available isuser-oriented
  4. 4. The decision is the GDs
  5. 5. Principle #2What is good enough for us isgood enough for the re-user
  6. 6. Principle #3Dialogue with there-user community, making useof the feedback we receive
  7. 7. What we have learnedData is going to be used, in so manynew waysWe are still experts on our data,- but hey, do we have many helpersout there
  8. 8. The expert argumentNo one will be able to understandyour data?Well, the re-user is going to obtainthe necessary competenceto make sense of it
  9. 9. And most important:There are no legal solutions in thisfield that will make any non-techylawyer sleep well

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