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State of art of Open Data in Europe


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State of art of open data in different european countries. Presentation of event in Nantes, during september 2014.

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State of art of Open Data in Europe

  1. 1. The European Open Data Carroussel! A quick tour of Europe to whet your appetite! ! • You each have 2 slides, at 2 minutes each. ! • The slides change automatically ! • When you’re next your name will appear….. and you have 30 seconds to get to the stage: Run!! ! • After the last contribution, Claire will lead a discussion about the things you saw and want to hear more about
  2. 2. ! ! ! ! Ready?
  3. 3. ! ! ! ! Ready?! ! when your name appears get to the stage!
  4. 4. ! ! ! ! Ready?! ! Let’s go!
  5. 5. Agata Kołodziej, Poland
  6. 6. State of Art of Open Data OPEN EDUCATION in Poland ! Open Education Coalition (Koalicja Otwartej Edukacji) 2008 ! 180 135 90 45 0 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 RAW DATA REPOSITORIES
  7. 7. Fundacja Nowoczesna Polska Stowarzyszenie Wikimedia Polska Stowarzyszenie Bibliotekarzy Polskich Fundacja Instytutu Rozwoju Regionalnego Stowarzyszenie EBIB Centrum Edukacji Obywatelskiej Fundacja Nowe Media Fundacja Orange Centrum Cyfrowe Projekt Polska Zachęta Narodowa Galeria Sztuki Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza Collegium Artium Stowarzyszenie OpenStreetMap Polska Fundacja Kolonia Artystów Fundacja Liternet Instytut Kultury Miejskiej Biblioteka Uniwersytecka w Toruniu Instytut Slawistyki PAN Fundacja Otwórz się Fundacja Aktywizacja Ruch Społeczny Obywatele Nauki Stowarzyszenie Europejskie Centrum Solidarności Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu Instytut Kultury Polskiej na Wydziale Polonistyki UW Fundacja Laboratorium Działań i Badań Społecznych Fundacja Wolnego i Otwartego Oprogramowania Fundacja Naukowa Przyjaciół Instytutu Historycznego Interdyscyplinarne Centrum Modelowania Matematycznego i Komputerowego
  8. 8. Julian Tait, UK
  9. 9. The state of data at a local level in the UK 1. Data is incoherent 2. The value of data being shared is not embedded within organisations
  10. 10. Favourite project
  11. 11. Karolis Granickas, Lithuania
  12. 12. Open Data & Lithuania - There is no official open data initiative or mandating policy document in Lithuania - Still very low awareness on key concepts surrounding open data + Opening data is one of the OGP commitments in 2014 + A modest number of interesting reuse efforts – Lithuania is an excellent place to experiment
  13. 13. Who owns Lithuanian media ( (remember, we’re neighboring Russia)
  14. 14. Martin Alvarez, Spain
  15. 15. Spain
  16. 16. Federation of catalogues in
  17. 17. Sandor Lederer, Hungary
  18. 18. - Comprehensive FOI legislation - High availability of information ! - FOIA weakened - Disclosure practice problematic Hungary
  19. 19.
  20. 20. Ana Pinto Martinho OPEN DATA Where is Portugal?
  21. 21. PORTUGAL IS OPENNING UP… BUT… ! Number of open data portals are growing in the public sector. ! ! There’s a long way to go in what regards data quality. ! ! Citizens, public administration, and politicians in general, still don’t see data’s value.
  22. 22. What? A statistical portrait of Portugal ! When? It started february 2010 ! What for? Provides citizens with good, reliable, and easy to visualize statistical information about Portugal, Europe and portuguese municipalities. ! How? Using statistical data from good and reliable oficial sources, grouping it in more intelegible ways, and working on it’s visualization.
  23. 23. Alberto Cottica, Italy
  24. 24. I TALY • Diverse, committed, skilful community! • Flagship projects like OpenCoesione and OpenMunicipio • Administrative fragmentation – difficult to get national coverage • Authorities quick to legislate, but slow to specify tech details and guidelines Photo:
  25. 25. Claire Gallon, France
  26. 26. STATE OF ART OF OPEN DATA IN FRANCE Engagement : Directive, G8 chart, OGP Discussions : Health, INPI... Realizations : Reboot of a social, Minister of Culture experimentations Territories : +30 cities under Projects : Open Fisca, Transparence-aide.gouv Community : Transparency over the parliament (Regards Citoyens) Crowdsourcing of missing data (BANO, OSM) Traduction school of data (OKFN France) Data acculturation with Infolabs (FING) Quality : weak datasets Unwillingness : No sensitive datasets released Missing : Science and Education not in the scope Agenda : Directive transposition without debate Outputs : waiting for financial impact to justify transparency
  27. 27. PROJECTS WORTH EXPANDING Infolabs Database and Toolkit for data litteracy La Fabrique de la Loi Transparency law making Pioupiou Open Weather data OpenFoodFacts Food ingredients transparency
  28. 28. ! ! ! ! Thank you all!
  29. 29. ! ! ! ! Time to discuss what we heard and saw!