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Friday, May 29 • 10:30 - 12:00
Open Data Standards: Good Practices / Normes sur les données ouvertes : les bonnes pratiques

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Removing the hurdles to re-usable data by committing to good practices for open data publication. From better meta-data to licenses and ensuring true machine-readability.

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Abattre les obstacles concernant les données réutilisables en s'engageant à adopter de bonnes pratiques pour la publication de données ouvertes. Depuis l'adoption de meilleures métadonnées aux licences et veiller à une vraie lecture par machine.

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avatar for Philip Ashlock

Philip Ashlock

Data.gov
Phil helps create digital civic infrastructure to support open government and civic engagement. He's spearheaded community-driven civic technology initiatives with global reach like the Open311 standard for interacting with government through an open feedback channel. He is currently the Chief Architect at Data.gov where he leads an open development process and helps implement a federated architecture to support open data and APIs across... Read More →
avatar for Yasodara  Córdova

Yasodara Córdova

Project Leader / Chef de projet, W3C Brazil Office
Yaso works for the W3C Brazil Office, hosted by the Steering Internet Committee of Brazil (CGI.br) and for CeWeb.br, a research center for Web technologies located at the Brazilian Network Information Center (Nic.br). As project leader, she is responsible for researching issues around Web technologies that can change perspectives and kickstart initiatives to foster a more democratic and free Internet. She is also co-chair of the W3C Working Group... Read More →
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James McKinney

Open North
James McKinney is the Executive Director of Open North, a Canadian nonprofit that creates websites to promote government transparency and civic participation. With respect to open data standards, James was a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Government Linked Data Working Group, which produced the Data Catalog Vocabulary (DCAT), and was a consultant to the Web Foundation for the Open Contracting Data... Read More →


Friday May 29, 2015 10:30 - 12:00
Room 203

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