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PSI Developments in the EU

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Presentation for the European Commission's PSI Group Meeting in Luxembourg.

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PSI Developments in the EU

  1. 1. tonzijlstra.euknowledge work, learning, social mediaPSI Re-use in Europe Recent Developments Luxembourg, 27-01-2011
  2. 2. OKFN EU Open Data ePSI platform OurData.eu Work GroupDutch Min f t Interior Danish ITST civil servants, coders,Enschede Open Data Scraping semantic web academics, entrepreneurs, activists, individual citizens Why me?
  3. 3. Interest: Unique Change Process
  4. 4. p://www.flickr.com/photos/walkingsf/4671589629/ Interest: Big Data is Different
  5. 5. tekstInterest: Big Data is Different
  6. 6. Overview Complete?Since last PSI Group
  7. 7. http://www.flickr.com/photos/docjohnboy/4106899304/EU PSI Directive, Law Transposition
  8. 8. Sweden, new law Italy, new law Poland, Slovakia,amendment plannedPublic Consultation
  9. 9. Licensing: NL CC0
  10. 10. Licensing: Italian ODL v1
  11. 11. Licensing: UK OGL
  12. 12. Licensing: French Licenses and Icons
  13. 13. Licensing: Norwegian ‘Buffet’
  14. 14. New Data Catalogues
  15. 15. Catalunya
  16. 16. Greece, INSPIREd
  17. 17. Norway (CKAN) Getting Ready
  18. 18. Netherlands (CKAN) data.overheid.nl
  19. 19. France, citizen initiative data-publica.com
  20. 20. Denmark, Second Iteration
  21. 21. Networked life, networkedwork, networked learning data.eu
  22. 22. Networked life, networkedwork, networked learning Going Local
  23. 23. Rennes
  24. 24. Paris
  25. 25. Amsterdam Fire Brigade
  26. 26. Fingal
  27. 27. Dublin
  28. 28. tekstMünchen
  29. 29. Berlin
  30. 30. Helsinki region
  31. 31. Hackday in 73 cities worldwide
  32. 32. Networked life, networkedwork, networked learning Bigger Data
  33. 33. UK Local Spending Above 500 GBP
  34. 34. UK Spending Above 25000 GBP
  35. 35. Norway: Raw Machine Readable Data
  36. 36. Networked life, networked Making Plans, Lookingwork, networked learning Forward
  37. 37. Germany, until 2013
  38. 38. 2013: Cautious, slow
  39. 39. Federal level: shifting...
  40. 40. Networked life, networkedwork, networked learningNorway Mapping Authority
  41. 41. Public Data Corporation
  42. 42. Networked life, networkedwork, networked learning ‘New’ Fields Joining
  43. 43. Europeana, API
  44. 44. NSF: Data Management Plan Needed
  45. 45. Panton Principles: Open Data as Scientific Method
  46. 46. Data Journalism
  47. 47. WikiLeaks as Catalyst
  48. 48. Zeit Online
  49. 49. PSI Pricing Studies Privacy issuesNetworked life, networked LOD-2work, networked learning LAPSI ... New Research
  50. 50. Networked life, networkedwork, networked learningUsing Open Data Yourself
  51. 51. Dutch Cultural Heritage: We’ll get smaller
  52. 52. Dutch Foreign Office: Development Aid, including NGO’s
  53. 53. Amsterdam Fire Brigade
  54. 54. Areas of Value• Participation, self empowerment• Transparency, democratic contorl• Better (gov) products and services• New (gov) products and services• Policy impact analysis, data journalism• Efficiency and effectivity of government bodies• New knowledge
  55. 55. New Stakeholders Joininghttp://www.flickr.com/photos/twose/887903401/
  56. 56. Citizens / Re-users areNetworked life, networked connected across EUwork, networked learning .... on practical level
  57. 57. OGD Camp London: 30 nations
  58. 58. Government bodies lessNetworked life, networked so.... learningwork, networked Facing same questions though
  59. 59. Networked life, networked Impact / Measurementwork, networked learning Driving Adoption
  60. 60. Stories as Impact Measurement
  61. 61. Tim DaviesNetworked life, networked “It takes a socialwork, networked learning infrastructure”
  62. 62. “Yet we have clear evidence about an impact. There has notbeen a strong backlash effect. Even when delicate data likepublic spending were published, like the COINS database in theUK, no big scandal has emerged. And most certainly, we have notseen an increase in demagogic or conflictual discussions aboutthose data.So while we don’t have evidence yet to prove the benefits Networked life, networkedof opening up data, I think we can say that the risks haveproved not to be excessive. Which is one of the main work, networked learningarguments AGAINST opening up data for less innovativepublic administrations.”(David Osimo, egov20.wordpress.com) Backlash?
  63. 63. Networked life, networkedwork, networked learning Rumours....
  64. 64. Incumbent Re-users / Innovation from unlikely places
  65. 65. Driving Adoption andEstablishing Impact
  66. 66. Gov needs social infrastructure Networked life, networkedNew data sources (citizens, orgs, work, networked learning corps) in responseAdoption=stories=measurement
  67. 67. Leave the abstract, also get very hands on
  68. 68. tonzijlstra.eu knowledge work, learning, social media CreditsAll photos: Ton Zijlstra, by nc saExcept where mentioned on the photo.Slides: http://slideshare.net/tonzijlstraBlog: http://zylstra.org/blogContact: ton@tonzijlstra.euSkype: ton_zylstra

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