[ddj] I need a good idea - from dirty csv to crowdsourced reality check

Livia Labate livia.labate at gmail.com
Mon Sep 7 16:57:56 UTC 2015

La Nacion created VozData to tackle that very challenge (quite
successfully). Check it out: http://vozdata.lanacion.com.ar/

They open-sourced it as CrowData, available on Github:

On Mon, Sep 7, 2015 at 7:16 AM, Csaba Madarász <madarasz.csaba at gmail.com>

> Greetings to all!
> Who could help me to find any sort of web based system, script or any
> source of already existing solution to crowdsource some link and content
> validation?
> What I mean: we need help of  volunteers to crowdsource (fact and validity
> check) some public data from Hungarian local governments.
> We have a bunch of dirty csv-s and a research, that shows, that none of
> the Hungarian local governments are releasing their data, that the law
> reqiuires.
> (about 300 types)
> We need clean the data and then, wehen we have a bunch of links, check
> them with our volunteers. Check if they work and check the content and give
> feedback.
> Anyone got some cool ideas?
> thanks!
> Madarász Csaba
> +36703643482
> madarasz.csaba at gmail.com
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> http://www.uvegfalu.hu
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