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please comment: Share-PSI.eu workshop outputs available

From: Thomas Roessler <tlr@w3.org>
Date: Tue, 24 May 2011 15:20:39 -0700
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Cc: Thomas Roessler <tlr@w3.org>
To: public-egov-ig@w3.org
hi,

many of you are aware of the workshop on Removing the roadblocks to a pan European market for Public Sector Information re-use in Brussels on 10/11 May.

Outputs from that workshop are now available:

- The workshop agenda page links to the presentations:
	http://share-psi.eu/agenda/

- Raw notes are available:
	http://sharepsi.okfnpad.org/workshopnotes

- Ton Zijlstra of the epsiplatform project (kudos!) produced a workshop report as a commentable document:
	https://daa.co-ment.com/text/GXXnDNBIU68/view/

Some key questions from the report:

- What are the core data sets you want to see available for re-use, and do you know who to approach / where to get it? (e.g. Geodata is a big scope, which elements would you give priority?)

- Why is access still the first and foremost barrier? What can be done to remove it from the top of the list?

- What can we do to connect the dots between the places where costs fall and the places where benefits become visible inside government?

- Do we need separate transition plans for certain sectors and types of public bodies, to let disruption take a more controlled course? How to explore the possibilities for adaptation?

- Can we reuse licensing discussions and experiences in other sectors, or from the Open Source community in a more purposeful manner?

- Is it possible to come up with a set of generic rules (terms and condition) for reuse?

- Is there a task for the EC to make sure license interoperability between MS happens? (as national efforts may not have the means or mandate to make sure of that)




We'll have a slot to present the workshop results and subsequent discussion at the Digital Agenda Assembly on 16/17 June.

Your input welcome!

Regards,
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Thomas Roessler, W3C  <tlr@w3.org>  (@roessler)
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