UK data.gov + 10 days
London: 1 February 2010
Following the UK Cabinet Office’s announcement on the launch of the one-stop shop for data – data.gov.uk, the ePSIplatform has been publishing collations of press coverage. This is the 3rd edition (previous editions: UK data.gov + 2 days; UK data.gov + 6 days).
“The site called data.gov.uk contains more than 2500 sets of data from across government. All of the data is non-personal and in a format that can be reused by any individual or business to create innovative new software tools, such as applications about house prices, local amenities and services, or access to local hospitals.”
- See data.gov.uk for blogs, forum and ideas about how data is and can be used.
Now, 10 days on since the launch the international press coverage continues and here is the latest 3rd collation.
29 January 2010 - Talis Nodalities Blog (From Semantic Web to Web of Data)
28 January 2010 - European Public Sector Information Guest Blogger, Audrey Mandela, Locus Association (UK)
28 January 2010 - Fee Our Data Blog
28 January 2010 - UKauthorITy.com
28 January 2010 – Guardian Open Platform
27 January 2010 - Prospect
26 January 2010 - Jeni's Musings Blog
26 January 2010 - inkdroid
26 January 2010 - Digital Engagement Blog
22 January 2010 - Blog Government 2.0 Network Germany eV
Briten stellten Obamas Data.gov-Portal in den Schatten (German language)
Britons put Obama Data.gov portal in the shadows (English translation)
22 January 2010 – The Telegraph
22 January 2010 - The Guardian.co.uk
Panel Discussion - the Power of Apps (Filmed live at the launch of data.gov.uk)
20 January 2010 - The Next Web.com
Starting 21 January 2010 - w3c egovernment discussion list
Related European Public Sector Information Platform News