Archive for March, 2011

Should we assess OpenData innovation and impacts?

Yesterday, I was at a talk titled: “OpenData, basis for a new political technologies ?” at la Cantine Numérique Rennaise [fr], a place about the digital age located in Rennes. During the debate, I asked how we could assess the impacts of OpenData without some sort of measuring instruments. This is question the EU asked […]


Thoughts on technical strategies for an OpenData world

I’ve been part of a very interesting discussion on a French forum around some technical aspects of the opening of public data. To provide a bit of context, the French city of Rennes, Brittany, has been leading the way in France in 2010 on the subject of opening its data [fr]. The city has released […]