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  1. Open Justice in the Digital Era – a couple of updates | Media law and ethics

    [...] Cabinet Office has published its white paper on open data.  Freedom of Information and Re-using Data is covered, which the [...]

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  2. In praise of…the Government Digital Service – & Teacambs! | A dragon's best friend

    [...] They had big screens, but but screens that fed back useful realtime information that could help inform people on what they were doing. Not the bland corporate messages imploring people to work harder but, for example some metrics on say social media chatter on a given issue. Useful given that this was the run-up to the publication of the Open Data White Paper. [...]

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  3. In praise of…the Government Digital Service | A dragon's best friend

    [...] They had big screens, but but screens that fed back useful realtime information that could help inform people on what they were doing. Not the bland corporate messages imploring people to work harder but, for example some metrics on say social media chatter on a given issue. Useful given that this was the run-up to the publication of the Open Data White Paper. [...]

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  4. Open Data White Paper links

    [...] An explicit developer engagement strategy is new and different. Good to see Emer Coleman’s experience with the London Data Store being brought into government. [...]

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  5. Pete Thomson

    Has the Developer Engagement Strategy been produced? If so where is it?

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    • paulclarke

      It’s not been produced yet. Getting it right is a process that means addressing a range of issues from the structure of open data publishing, to refreshed transparency principles, and of course the resolution of many substantial points around the release of core datasets themselves. We’ll provide (or link to) any updates in this area on this blog.

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