Better late than never, I’m going to do a few posts this week recapping a number of ideas and thoughts from Open Data Day 2013. As is most appropriate, I’m going to start the week with a recap of Vancouver – the Open Data Day event I attended and helped organize along with my friend . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Open Data Day 2013 in Vancouver
Just a brief update for those interested in participating in or organizing an event for International Open Data Day on February 23rd, 2013.
The Open Data Day wiki (sans logo, so a little rough around the edges) is now live and ready for action.
The wiki is where organizers can list the city . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: eaves.ca 2012-12-14 01:54:55
(Can’t read the whole post? Important stuff is highlighted in grey below.) Two years ago, I met some open data advocates from Brazil and Ottawa, and we schemed of doing an international open data hackathon. A few weeks later, this blog post launched International Open Data Day with the hope that supporters would emerge in 5-6 cities […] . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: International Open Data Day – An Update
So, many, many things I’d like to blog upon at the moment. I’m in Brasilia at the Open Government Partnership meeting, so obviously lots to talk about there, and, of course, Canada Post has completely lost it and is suing a company over postal code data but it’s been twenty hour days and those post . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: NASA space hackathon (in Vancouver) this weekend