Tag: GovHack

Open Data WA Update September 2015

It has been a busy few data months since GovHack! The new WA Whole-of-Government Open Data Policy was formally launched by Minister for Finance; Mines and Petroleum, the Hon. Bill Marmion MLA, at the recent GovHack in Perth. As Landgate is

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Directors General (DGs) Forum June 2015

Open Data was the topic for the June DGs Forum. At the forum, Landgate Chief Executive Mike Bradford discussed the value and benefits of open data and the practical implementation steps underway to unlock the economic and innovative potential from

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GovHack Perth 2015

GovHack Perth was held at Spacecubed in early July. This exciting and innovative event attracted a record number of 90 top local hackers. There were 16 winning teams and six individual champions who took home an impressive record $35,000 prize pool. A

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GovHack 2015 entrants find novel uses for NationalMap

Participants in the GovHack 2015 competition developed some innovative uses for the government’s NationalMap geospatial data visualisation tool. The GovHack 2015 hackathon took place from Thursday to Saturday last week. Teams participating in the event developed novel uses for the

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Amazing uses of open data and the seven ways people try to kill them

Assuming you can find the right stone, how will you get the blood (or open data) out? Source: flickr/dj2lip (CC-BY-2.0) Why I want more open government data (we paid for it already!) As you might already know I’m a bit

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Assessing government data accessibility and usability

One of the ideas that we at Open Knowledge Melbourne had as an activity for our weekly meetups was to set aside some time for people to browse the various Australian open data portals and assess the quality of the

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