Open Data movement creators and inspirators will share knowledge and experience on the 22nd of February. The organizer of the event is The Youth Organization "Falanster".
The event's timetable includes lectures, communication, projects presentations. The project were implemented during last year by belarusian Open Data activists. We have a special guest from Germany - Martin Kliehm. He is a pirate and an Open Data activist. He will tell audience about Open Data in his country. Please, look at the bottom of the document about detailed event's schedule.
The organizers of the event join the International Open Data fest, which will happen simultaneously in different countries.
- Date: February 22
- Time: from 16:00 till 20:00
- Place: Fabriciusa street, 4 Startup hub IMAGURU
- Entrance: in IMAGURU is 30 000 BYR
- For person who would like to have more active participation in OpenData projects please fill the form
- Hashtag: #opendataday
- Feel free to contact us onto firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have any questions.
The World Open Data movement covers web-developers, internet activists, journalists, government institutions, different social and commercial projects, which share and support principles of transparent government. The movement stands for sharing data on Net in machine-readable formats (i.e csv) by government institutions and branches, for more comfortable search, processing, analysis and visualization of data. As a result, these data will be clear for ordinary people. Here is more information.
- About The Falanster. Mikhail Volchek
- Open Data Movement in Belarus - opendata.by. Challenges and perspectives. Alexey Medvetskiy
- Open Data projects in Germany. Martin Kliehm
- "Awards of Belarus" - nagrady.by. The project is implemented by Falanster's activists in the Drupal club. It analyzes prizes' state policy. Roman Budny presents how we have developed it.
- Lecture. What is "koshturada.by". The project focuses on a state budget policy. The coordinator of the project Vladimir Kovalkin is ready to answer your questions.
- The project "Secured city" collects and processes data about fires in Minsk. The website was constructed during past Hackathon "Hack for Future".
- Word for other communities, which support Open Data movement in Belarus