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Gæsteindlæg: Something’s (Johnny) Rotten in Denmark

Dette er et gæsteindlæg af Jason Hare, der er Open Data Evangelist hos OpenDataSoft. I indlægget beskrives initiativet med Københavns “City Data Exchange“, der samler data fra forskellige åbne og lukkede kilder og udgør en form for markedsplads for data. Fra Open Knowledge Danmarks side er vi særligt skeptiske overfor ideen om at tage åbne data offentliggjort […]

Energinet.dk will use CKAN to launch Energy DataStore – a free and open portal for sharing energy data

Dette er en repost af et indlæg fra Open Knowledge Internationals blog.   Open data service provider Viderum is working with Energinet.dk, the gas and electricity transmission system operator in Denmark, to provide near real-time access to Danish energy data. Using CKAN, an open-source platform for sharing data originally developed by Open Knowledge International, Energinet.dk’s Energy […]

In Copenhagen: Open Knowledge Founder on An Open Information Age

Open Knowledge founder Rufus Pollock is in Copenhagen and will give an inspiring talk titled an Open Information Age. Open for all. No admission fee. The talk will be in English. Facebook-event here (if you don’t use Facebook, you can register for the event by sending us a tweet, an email or just comment below). Place: […]

Gæsteblog: Impressions of City Data Exchange Copenhagen

Dette er et gæsteindlæg af Leigh Dodds, der rådgiver omkring åbne data og er tilknyttet Open Data Institute (ODI). I indlægget beskrives initiativet med Københavns “City Data Exchange“, der samler data fra forskellige åbne og lukkede kilder og udgør en form for markedsplads for data. Fra Open Knowledge Danmarks side er vi især skeptiske overfor ideen […]

Global Legislative Openness Week

English summary Open parliamentary data in Denmark and how to make use of them: During Global Legislative Openness Week (GLOW) an event on open parliamentary data in Denmark was held at the University of Copenhagen. A civil servant from the Danish parliament (Folketinget) introduced their one-year-old open data initiative and gave an overview of the possibilities […]

Get involved with open access // Meetup om “åben videnskab” i København

English summary: Open access means unrestricted access to peer-reviewed scholarly research. Knowledge and research should not be restricted but used and spread for all of us to benefit. Open Knowledge Danmark is organizing a meetup on open access and open science, Thursday 25th September 17.00-19.00 at Cafe Nutid in Copenhagen. Show up to get introduced […]

Open Electoral Data Reveal Errors in Danish Electoral Results

On the day after the election to the European Parliament, a group of Danish data activist affiliated with Open Knowledge Denmark gathered to pore over the results. In addition to the election to the European Parliament, the Danish election included a referendum on joining the European Unitary Patent Court. One of our projects involved exploring […]

Gæsteblog: The Danish Open Government Partnership Action Plan

Dette er en gæsteblogpost af Paul Maassen, der er Civil Society Coordinator for Open Government Partnership (OGP). Han arbejder bl.a. med at støtte engagementet mellem OGP partnerskabet og civile stakeholders i alle programmets 63 lande, og har tidligere arbejdet som Head of Finance and Partnership for WWF Internationals ‘Global Climate & Energy Initiative’ og som […]