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Title Open it right: What is wrong about Open Data and what we can do about it
Abstract This is a talk given on the 2nd Open Data Dialog in Fraunhofer Institute. There is a steady growth of Open Data published by national and local governments, research and cultural heritage institutions, other public bodies with the tendency to consider all sorts of data produced for public money and under public law the converged PSI (Public Sector Information). Numerous national, regional and domain-specific initiatives of publishing PSI as Open Data present a good opportunity for the collaborative development of a common Reference Architecture with beneficiaries across data publishers, IT sector, business, and policy makers. This multilateral effort might constitute a subject of the European project in Horizon 2020 programme that was about to start at the time. The talk focussed on some driving forces and features of a potential project, and invited for further discussions.
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Presentation Presented at The 2nd Open Data Dialog, Fraunhofer FOKUS, Berlin, Germany, 18-19 Nov 2013. Open it right.pdf 2013