Over the course of today, conference delegates have been charting a course for future open data collaboration: taking part in interactive workshop sessions that will contribute towards a roadmap for action.
In the final plenary, representatives of the eight action area themes were on stage, outlining plans to: increase data supply; to build capacity of leaders, data suppliers and users; to develop more effective practice around data standards; to improve open data measurement; and to support networks and collaboration on using open data for social good and economic value.
The slides here capture some of the key themes in these final presentations.
These action points draw not only on workshops today, but also on input from the research symposium, unConference, leaders summit, data standards day, and many other pre-events, as well as impact and plenary panels from yesterday. Over the coming weeks we’ll be writing up the hundreds of post-it notes on which more detail is captured, looking through the tweets, and reading reflections and blog posts shared by delegates, to work towards a full roadmap report.
Delegates were also invited to share their actions using the hashtags #iodc15 and #myaction. Some of the actions shared are found below:
— James Saaka (@NITAUgandaED) May 29, 2015
— Liberate the Data (@OpenDataBC) May 29, 2015
— Laura Bacon (@laurambacon) May 29, 2015
— sumandro (@ajantriks) May 29, 2015
— Yohanna Loucheur (@YohannaLoucheur) May 29, 2015
— Tanja Lahti (@TanjaLahti) May 29, 2015
— Open North (@opennorth) May 29, 2015
— Andrew Stott (@DirDigEng) May 29, 2015
— Mélanie Brunet (@MelanieBrunet) May 29, 2015
— Ignasi Alcalde (@ignasialcalde) May 29, 2015
— Radu Puchiu (@RaduPuchiu) May 29, 2015
— One Data Indonesia (@datagoid) May 29, 2015
If you have reflections to share from an action session, you can add them to the comments below. And keep tweeting your #iodc15 #MyAction take-away steps.