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Open data euphoria: are we giving up on open government?

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open data euphoria:
Samuel Goëta
samgoeta@gmail.com
http://coulisses-opendata.com/
are we giving up on open government?
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! <who am I>
! <the Open Knowledge Foundation>
! <what are we talking about?>
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! <open dat...

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Open data euphoria: are we giving up on open government?

  1. 1. open data euphoria: Samuel Goëta samgoeta@gmail.com http://coulisses-opendata.com/ are we giving up on open government? Distinguished Lecturer Series Sciences Po Reims Euro-american campus 2013, March 28th
  2. 2. agenda <header> ! <who am I> ! <the Open Knowledge Foundation> ! <what are we talking about?> </header> <body> ! <open data euphoria> ! <open gov> ! ! <transparency> ! ! <participation> ! ! <cooperation> ! </open gov> ! <argument> </body>
  3. 3. <header>
  4. 4. about me background Sciences Po, Aix-en-Provence University of Michigan CELSA La Netscouade digital communication agency 2010-2012 Telecom ParisTech economic and social studies department general interest of research politics of technology netneutrality open data Open Knowledge Foundation France co-founder
  5. 5. my research project --> a better understanding of the organizational and informational impact of open data policies in sociology interviews, observation, document analysis deals with two issues of the release of data 1. organisational aspects of open data 2. work on data before release based on fieldwork local authorities, municipalities, national government, companies, international organisations
  6. 6. OKFN ?
  7. 7. local groups working groups
  8. 8. open data open government what are we talking about?
  9. 9. open data? public data usable without restrictions «raw» data open definition
  10. 10. open government?
  11. 11. open government partnership
  12. 12. open government declaration support civic participation implement the highest standards of integrity throughout administrations increase access to new technologies for openness and accountability
  13. 13. open government declaration technology participation accountability
  14. 14. open government > open data freedom of information open government «sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants.» day 1
  15. 15. </header>
  16. 16. <body>
  17. 17. <open data euphoria>
  18. 18. open data euphoria
  19. 19. race for data ++ 101000100 better world
  20. 20. race for data evidences
  21. 21. data φ data information knowledge wisdom
  22. 22. </open data euphoria>
  23. 23. <open government style=“in action“>
  24. 24. <transparency>
  25. 25. fight corruption www.ipaidabribe.com
  26. 26. track parliament activity www.nosdeputes.fr
  27. 27. track lobbyists’ influence www.lobbyplag.eu
  28. 28. make budgets understable openspending.org
  29. 29. follow the money recovery.gov
  30. 30. visualise gaps www.lemonde.fr/sante/article/2012/04/10/enquete-sur-ces- consultations-au-prix-fort_1682940_1651302.html
  31. 31. browse government activity at every level openlylocal.com
  32. 32. eat healthy resto-net.ca (closed)
  33. 33. </transparency>
  34. 34. <participation>
  35. 35. make the cuts demo.outline.com/Massachusetts/2/ see also budgetplateau.com (down?)
  36. 36. crowdsource www.feowl.com
  37. 37. ask the government wethepeople.com
  38. 38. ask the government epetitions.direct.gov.uk
  39. 39. </participation>
  40. 40. <cooperation>
  41. 41. consult citizens in lawmaking parlement-et-citoyens.fr
  42. 42. share responsability of public space adoptahydrant.org
  43. 43. report problems www.fixmystreet.com
  44. 44. collect data in one breath asthmapolis.com
  45. 45. </cooperation>
  46. 46. </open government style=“in action“>
  47. 47. <argument>
  48. 48. knowledge is power is not enough
  49. 49. we should not even discuss open data =accountability
  50. 50. open government > open data
  51. 51. TOOLS ≠ CHANGE
  52. 52. if sunlight is a powerful detergent open is not enough to wash government openwashing
  53. 53. but it allows citizen’s participation and cooperation
  54. 54. </argument> </body>
  55. 55. <?>

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