Share-PSI.eu brings together diverse stakeholders in the European public sector information ecosystem, including civil society, the media, government, academia, commercial re-users to forge the lightweight agreements and standards that are needed to enable interoperability and integration of public sector information across Europe and beyond.
Thanks, again to all who joined us in Brussels for the Share-PSI.eu workshop.
The workshop report is now up as a commentable document. It identifies a number of follow-up questions that you can add responses to.
At the Digital Agenda Assembly, key outcomes of the workshop and the subsequent discussion will be presented at the Workshop on open data and re-use of public sector information, and then taken to the plenary.
While our friends at epsiplatform.eu are busy pulling together some of the results from last week’s Share-PSI workshop in Brussels, a few quick pointers:
- The workshop agenda page is updated to link to PDF versions of all the presentations that were shown. Those of you who prefer slideshare to PDFs can go to epsiplatform‘s feed there.
- We took notes collaboratively during the workshop. Those notes are available
We’ll have a report with the high-level takeaways available later this week, and hope to continue the discussion at the Open Data Workshop at the Digital Agenda Assembly on 16 June.
Share-PSI.eu was initiated by ETSI and W3C as a Big Idea for the Digital Agenda.