Timisoara Workshop: Open Data Priorities and Engagement — Identifying data sets for publication

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Short info about the trip

Overview of best practices: https://www.w3.org/2013/share-psi/wiki/Best_Practices

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  • Bad experience: Lufthansa striking, again!

Longer description

I participated in: 1) Session on "Site scraping techniques to identify and showcase information in closed formats - How do organisations find out what they already publish?". Best practice coming out ot if: https://www.w3.org/2013/share-psi/wiki/Best_Practices/Identifying_what_you_already_publish 2) How good is good enough? A common language for quality? 3) How benchmarking tools can stimulate government departments to open up their data. Global Open Data Index: http://index.okfn.org/ - Germany is ranked at #9 in the 2014 Index with a score of 69%, (61% the previous year). 4) Robert Ulrich - re3data.org - making research data repositories discoverable.

Next workshop (+ project meeting) in Krems:

Tuesday 19th of May to the morning of Friday 22nd of May.

Call for participation: Workshop paper on Open Data.

This event was attended by: Benedikt Kämpgen