[open-government] [euopendata] List of catalogues and applications
Paola Di Maio
paola.dimaio at gmail.com
Wed Jan 19 16:23:06 GMT 2011
great work, cheers
I wonder if it would be a good idea to add a column or two, indicating at a
glance what functionality each applicatin provides (for example, an
interface for data querying or other) and which basic technologies each
platform supports (RDF, SPARQL, other)
It could make sense to engage the application developers in maintaining the
page, so that they could enter updates
directly themselves, this would reduce the burden of the page maintainer to
enter the data
I ll study the links provided in more detail when I have a mo
On Wed, Jan 19, 2011 at 4:14 PM, Antti "Jogi" Poikola <
antti.poikola at gmail.com> wrote:
> I did the initial scraping for few "Open Data Application Catalogues"
> Needlebase is quite cool tool :)
> Source catalogues are:
> data.gov.uk (not all apps... just first 20)
> nycbigapps.com (year 2010)
> nycbigapps.s3.amazonaws.com (year 2009)
> opendataapps.org (canada)
> On 15 January 2011 14:50, Daniel Dietrich <daniel.dietrich at okfn.org>wrote:
>> Hi Antti,
>> On 15.01.2011, at 13:00, Antti Poikola wrote:
>> > Hi Jonathan and Daniel,
>> > I'm desperately trting to build a usable overview of the demand and
>> supply of the Gov Data. This is for the reasons of strategical planning of
>> the Helsinki Region Infoshare project, so that it would be easy to explain
>> for all stakeholders these issues.
>> > I try to do it by going trough current catalogues and
>> apllicatios/application ideas.
>> > I think it makes sense to build on top of the existing work right?
>> Absolutely. The initial work that has been done on the mapping project had
>> so far not had a continuation.
>> > 1# Is it possible to update and edit this list of catalogues:
>> Yes, absolutely.
>> > 2# There was this form: http://opengovernmentdata.org/form/ could I get
>> access to the results?
>> Here are the links:
>> Catalogues: http://bit.ly/ogd-catalogues
>> Form: http://bit.ly/ogd-cat-form
>> Competitions: http://bit.ly/ogd-competitions
>> Form: http://bit.ly/ogd-comp-form
>> There is also this list on EU official data catalogues
>> > 3# Jonathan resently send out LOD-project related request of EU member
>> state catalogues...
>> And the recent list of the LOD2 project:
>> What do people think is it worth start an other spreadsheet on Apps?
>> I think it makes sense to have the lists on catalogues and competitions
>> separately for some use cases but for the world map we need the
>> information to be merged and with lat/long info. I am still not happy with
>> the way this information is displayed. Over all the map is not jet
>> automatically synced with the content of the spreadsheets. The kml file has
>> to be created manually from here: http://bit.ly/ogd-world-map
>> So I think there is room for consolidation and extension of the mapping
>> project. It would be good to find a way to pull information from the
>> catalogues and competitions spreadsheets automatically into the world map
>> spreadsheets and automatically create a new klm file after any changes? This
>> way we would need to add lat/long information two the catalogues and
>> competitions spreadsheets as well.
>> I am cc'ing this email to the ogd and euod lists since I think any
>> contribution is very welcome.
>> Any suggestions welcome.
>> 1. http://opengovernmentdata.org/map/
>> Daniel Dietrich
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