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Re: Agenda for tomorrow

From: Antoine Isaac <aisaac@few.vu.nl>
Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2014 14:01:49 +0100
Message-ID: <531088BD.4020509@few.vu.nl>
To: <public-dwbp-wg@w3.org>
(anticipating on the call)
Yes it's good but it needs to be completed. It's just question on very specific point. I mean, it seems one could answer all the questions in a way that would not describe the main scenario of the case (what is it about in general, who are the intended users etc)

Antoine

On 2/28/14 1:55 PM, Christophe Guéret wrote:
> +1 to having a template! I've tried to structure a bit the case about the Dutch registers but would be happy to follow any other proposition.
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> Christophe
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> On 28 February 2014 13:43, Makx Dekkers <mail@makxdekkers.com <mailto:mail@makxdekkers.com>> wrote:
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>     All,
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>     I had a quick look at the use case template at
>     https://www.w3.org/2013/dwbp/wiki/Use_Cases#Common_Questions_to_Ask_Each
>     _Use_Case_.3D.
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>     I think it is really good to have such a template so that use cases
>     become more comparable.
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>     I have some comments though:
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>     1. The questions refer to undifferentiated "data" -- maybe we can add a
>     question to ask which domain(s) the data covers. We should also ask
>     about the data types and formats, and about data and metadata standards
>     they use, if any.
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>     2. The questions refer also to "Open Data" -- sometimes use cases may be
>     related to non-open data, for example data that is exchanged between
>     agencies. Are we indeed limiting the scope exclusively to data that
>     published under an open licence?
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>     3. Questions 3 and 4 focus on 'citizens' -- maybe the questions could be
>     rephrased to ask the data publisher which audiences they target; these
>     will probably be technical developers, transparency advocates, the press
>     or companies that want to re-use the data for some purpose, rather than
>     the general citizen.
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>     4. In question 3, there is an implied perspective that "data" is
>     published in a certain format (which?) and that the source data is
>     converted from other formats. Is this always the case? And what is "web"
>     as other form? We are here looking at "Data on the Web", so why would
>     "web" be another form?
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>     5. In various questions (e.g. 9, 19, 22) it is implied that we're
>     looking mostly at city-based or at least localised initiatives. I don't
>     think we should limit it to that. At the moment, I am contacting people
>     who run initiatives that involve international networks of data
>     providers and aggregators, and initiatives that have a national or
>     transnational focus, and I don't think we should exclude such cases.
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>     Happy to discuss.
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>     Makx.
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