Australia’s Open Data Census Needs Your Support.

25
Feb

Australia’s Regional Open Data Census was launched as a beta web-site on International Open Data Day (21 Feb 2015). The census is a crowd-sourced measure of the openness of key data published by Australia’s states and territories. Openness is based on the answers provided to nine questions. Anyone can submit an assessment and an editorial team reviews each submission.

You can follow the project on Twitter, read about the launch on the Open Knowledge Australia blog and most importantly help out by contributing to the surveys which form the basis of the census data.

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Comments

  • February 25, 2015

    Did you know there’s an Open Data Census for Australia’s Local Governments? You can contribute to this at http://au-city.census.okfn.org/
    Australia appears in the Global Open Data Index, http://index.okfn.org/place/australia/

    Now we can see who is the most open, Australia’s Local, State or Federal governments.

    • April 7, 2015

      Soryry for the late approval on this comment Stephen! Thanks for updating the post with your comment. The local Govt census looks great. It is fantastic to have you helping the AU Open Data community with all your efforts :)

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