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Publicado por Carlos E. Jiménez

27/08/2014

Hola a todos y todas,

Retomada la actividad de la comunidad Open Data Spain, en algunos lugares se indica esta URL como sitio actual de la Comunidad Open Data Spain; sin embargo, este sitio dentro de la Red Gnoss fue inicialmente creado por el grupo, pero ha dejado de ser utilizado desde 2013. Se acordó alojar la actividad de la Comunidad Open Data Spain en la plataforma de comunidades de W3C[1]; por ello, desde 2013 éste es el nuevo sitio de la Comunidad Open Data Spain donde el grupo está activo, hay grupos de trabajo, resultados de reuniones presenciales y online, Wiki[2], recursos o material divulgativo[3]. El grupo está siendo coordinado por Martín Álvarez (W3C) y yo mismo (IEEE).

Por ello, para aquellos interesados en participar o, simplemente, en estar al día de los avances y actividades, reuniones, etc de la Comunidad, os invitamos a sumaros a nosotros en[1]. 

Un saludo. Carlos E. Jiménez

[1] http://www.w3.org/community/opendataspain/ 

[2] http://www.w3.org/community/opendataspain/wiki/Main_Page

[3] http://www.w3.org/community/opendataspain/wiki/Material_divulgativo

Publicado por David Rey Jordan

02/10/2012

Interesante informe publicado por Mathieu d’Aquin, experto en Web Semántica del Knowledge Media Institute (The Open University, UK) en junio de 2012 en el que analiza la utilización de los datos abiertos enlazados (Linked Data) en educación:

"In this report, we introduce a recent development in the area of Web technologies which has the potential to revolutionise the area of ODL: The Semantic Web. While the Semantic Web has been, until now mostly considered from a research perspective, we focus here on the concrete benefit that can today be obtained from applying the set of principles and technologies that have emerged from the most pragmatic part of the Semantic Web field: Linked Data.

In this report we describe how this idea is being realised and how it can be adopted by organisations willing to contribute, interlink to and take advantage of the Web of Linked Data for ODL. We describe the tools, technologies and processes to publish and use Linked Data in a concrete way, focusing in particular on learning and teaching applications. Understanding both the costs and benefits of adopting Linked Data and Semantic Web technologies is, of course, a critical part of the process. Alongside the description and explanation of the technological notions related to this area we show how such notions can be applied to solve some of the specific problems faced in ODL and present a number of case studies in which such benefits have been concretely achieved"

Publicado por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

29/06/2012

El Gobierno del Reino Unido renueva su portal Data.Gov.Uk y lanza un white paper en el que profundiza sobre su concepto de Gobierno Abierto y la regulación, reutilización y 'uso inteligente' de los datos.

 

Descripción:

The Cabinet Office is ushering in a new wave of open data releases with the publication of a new Open Data White Paper.

The White Paper gestures at a world in which there is “presumption to publish” within government, and in which common standards and formats for publishing data online are adhered to. It also includes a commitment on the part of government fo provide public sector data for free “wherever appropriate and possible”.

The document, written by Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude, highlights the benfits of open data for society at large such as greater transparency and improved public services. The White Paper also explores the way in which open data can unlock economic potential by stimulating the creation of new tools and services.

The data to be released under the new plans will add to the 9,000 datasets already available via data.gov.uk, a data portal powered by the Open Knowledge Foundation’s open-source software CKAN.

The plans set out in the White Paper also include details of the way in which government will safeguard private information and data. Privacy experts will be consulted during every planned open data release to make sure that the value of open data is realised without compromising on indviduals’ rights to privacy

 

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