Open data manual

Whilst I’ve blogged more than 40 times on the subject of open data, I don’t believe I’ve covered the Open Data Manual. A hat-tip to jacques.raybaut at europa-eu-audience.typepad.com! The manual outlines what one should expect of open data, either presenting or using it.

Coincidentally, the UK Government published the summary of the feedback on its open data consultation on the 30 January 2011. The consultees include Socitm which was rather critical of the proposals. A key point that was made in the response was that “Socitm believes that open data issues need to be treated within a broader approach to information management and evidence-based decision-making”, unfortunately this general (and very important) point does not appear to be captured in the report.

So, we’ll see what comes next…

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One Response to Open data manual

  1. I follow your blog regularly as my main source of information about UK eGov reports. I have just read your post related to opendata, and maybe you could be interested in this iniative and campaing for it

    http://apunteselectronicos.blogspot.com/2012/02/call-for-single-opendata-licence-in-eu.html

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