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Re: Group Note -- content and sections outline

From: Jose M. Alonso <josema@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 9 Mar 2009 14:43:21 -0400
To: richard.murphy@gsa.gov
Message-Id: <2373CCAC-01CE-430F-A0ED-05052F8CA508@w3.org>
Cc: public-egov-ig@w3.org
Rick, I guess it will have to be Kevin or me. Is that call you refer  
to one of the scheduled DAS ones. I see Suzanne Acar is registered to  
attend the F2F, so probably a good time to catch up.

Cheers,
Jose.


El 03/03/2009, a las 12:08, richard.murphy@gsa.gov escribió:
> Jose, is someone from W3C in touch with the AIC data architecture  
> leadership? Greg Elin, of Sunlight, and I have a very nice call with  
> the AIC data architecture leadership last week and they are  
> receptive to hearing about the impact of the Internet on data  
> architecture. Remember, there's an open submission to modify the DRM  
> to include URIs. If no one from W3C has been in touch, I suggest you  
> identify an advocate to support this submission.
>
> Best wishes,
>
> Rick
>
> office: 202-501-9199
> cell: 202-557-1604
>
> -----public-egov-ig-request@w3.org wrote: -----
>
> To: Jonathan Gray <jonathan.gray@okfn.org>
> From: Josh Tauberer <tauberer@govtrack.us>
> Sent by: public-egov-ig-request@w3.org
> Date: 03/03/2009 11:53AM
> cc: "Jose M. Alonso" <josema@w3.org>, eGov IG <public-egov- 
> ig@w3.org>, Oscar Azanon <oscar.azanon@vitruviosistemas.com>, Daniel  
> Bennett <daniel@citizencontact.com>, Kevin Novak  
> <kevinnovak@aia.org>, Rufus Pollock <rufus.pollock@okfn.org>
> Subject: Re: Group Note -- content and sections outline
>
> Jonathan Gray wrote:
> > On Thu, Feb 26, 2009 at 5:23 PM, Jose M. Alonso <josema@w3.org>  
> wrote:
> >> I originally drafted the Open Government Data section a while ago  
> and got
> >> very few comments about it, so I assume people is happy with the  
> content so
> >> far. I also asked about the outline of that sections and if was  
> good enough
> >> or not and people agreed on being good and serve as basis for other
> >> sections.
> >
> > I wonder whether it could be appropriate to allude to the Open
> > Knowledge Definition in this section?
> >
> >   http://www.opendefinition.org/
> >
> > Warm regards,
>
> Sorry for coming in late to this discussion. (Sadly I haven't had a
> chance to pay much attention here though I've wanted to.)
>
> I've posted my slides from my "Open Government Data Standards and
> Expectations" session at Transparency Camp this past weekend here:
>  http://razor.occams.info/pubdocs/2009-02-28_TCamp_Data_Standards.pdf
> It summarizes many open gov data recommendations that are out there
> (including the OKD).
>
> Also I notice that the notion of "bulk data downloads" is missing,  
> which
> many find preferable to pushing APIs.
>
> I often talk of open govt data in terms of the ability to "search,  
> sort,
> and transform" (e.g. into visualizations, feeds, and summaries) and  
> that
> the uses go beyond the "mandate, resources, and vision" of government
> agencies (phrases I probably stole from legislative language and other
> people).
>
> Hope that's helpful.
>
> Josh
>
>
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