craig.thomler at gmail.com
Fri Jun 26 01:53:32 UTC 2015
It look good, however I can't see any reference to time frames to 'place'
the data by period. This makes it hard to judge whether the data is
aggregated over a long period and represents the net total from successive
Some more context in this regard, as well as the capability to bound
searches by dates (at minimum financial year) would assist in making sense
of the data and help people use it effectively.
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On 26 June 2015 at 09:43, Rosie Williams <budgetaus at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I've just migrated the project I'm about to launch to my very first VPS.
> I've been given quite a bit of free memory for the first week so I thought
> I'd give the site a public airing and see how it performs. I'm trying to
> guage how much memory I'll need going forward.
> The project already feels large and it has only just begun so has the
> potential to get quite massive if it all goes ahead and I end up adding
> grants data from multiple agencies/jurisdictions. However at the moment I'm
> mainly interested in what I'll be needing in the coming months.
> I'm not quite up to the user documentation. Domain name is currently
> http://ausgov.org and will be changing after testing to
> Datasets used are Commonwealth Tenders, DSS Grants, DCCSDS Grants and the
> ACNC register. Data is not absolute freshest available but is quite recent.
> I'm also using some data from Wikipedia which I'll add in shortly.
> Source is open now too.
> Rosie Williams BA (Sociology)
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