HOW TO BUILD AN OPEN- DATA MOUVEMENT IN YOURCITY/PROVINCE/COUNTRY
FROM YESTERDAY KEYNOTE• Bring in non-proﬁt actors - Eaves• Take it to the next level - build an ecosystem in your jurisdiction. - Rufus
4 KEY STEPS1. Get the right people on the bus, then set the direction.2.Adopt a collaborative approach.3. Know your city.4. Know what you’re getting into. http://blog.okfn.org/2011/09/12/how-to-build-an-open-data-initiative-for-your-city/
A.TEAM - NOT JUST GEEKS• Not too big, not too small.• Filter people by handing out tasks• Rounded corners• Collaborators and Core Members (B. team)
A FORMAL OPEN DATAPOLICY FOR THE CITY OF MONTREAL One clear Goal
ECONOMIC GROWTHThe opening of Danis postal address data cost 14 million andgenerated 62 millions (euros)) in economic activity.The weather information supports a 1.5 billion dollar industryin the United States.
EFFICIENCYCatalogna municipalities share their information andsaved over 14 million euros with a cost of 2.5 millioneuros.
CALIFORNIE ET TEXASSite web sur la transparence en Californie (couts : 61000, bénéﬁces : 20 000 000 ) etAu Texas (bénéﬁces : 5 000 000). (dollars US)
COMPETITIONSConcours dapplications qui utilisent les données ouvertesà Washington D.C.couts : 50 000$, bénéﬁces : 2 000 000 $
WHY?• Competition - the cool kids are doing it• The right thing to do - access to information...• They have iPhones - want access to apps for themselves• Positioningin the workplace - everyone is looking for ways to do their job better (I hope).