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Entries for 'Phil Archer'

01
Reflections on a very interesting policy modelling workshop and how the Web is being used to create new tools.

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04
Many EU Member States have, or are developing, policies around the design and management of URIs as persistent identifiers for all manner of objects and concepts as an aid to interoperability. In the US, StratML is an example of a text and XML-centric approach to interoperability that doesn't place specific importance on the careful design and maintenance of URIs. Is the Atlantic widening?

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Governments need their own linked data working groups if they are to realise the full potential of data as part of government itself as opposed to simply a reporting mechanism.

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09
Are the ideas and working practices of the open source software community useful to collaborative policy making? Possibly...

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27
The Crossover project was among those represented at the Samos Summit on Open Data and Interoperability for Governance, Industry and Society at the beginning of this month. This gave me a chance to reflect on a series of conversations held at a string of open data events over the summer.

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27

A concise report on the first Crossover Workshop on the Uses of Open Data, highlighting some of the recurring themes.

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