Beginning a Public Open Data Infrastructure: An Interview with OpenAddresses

We caught up this week with Ian Dees, founder of the OpenAddresses project. OpenAddresses is trying to collect address information for every block all across the United States. They’re doing an impressive job – nearly 30% there. They’ve got a massive database accumulating on GitHub and the Open Data Institute has a temporary “bounty” on new… Continue Reading Beginning a Public Open Data Infrastructure: An Interview with OpenAddresses

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