[Open-Legislation] [open-government] Call for Collaboration:publicbodies.org
erik.josefsson at europarl.europa.eu
Mon Jul 4 14:51:04 UTC 2011
I would be delighted to set up a workshop or seminar or conference (or an escalating series of meetings) to link these projects/ambitions with the growing need in the EP to modernise internal working procedures, improve internal and external knowledge sharing, and increase citizens' expectations on transparency in the EU institutions.
For starters, EPFSUG is a cross party platform :-)
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Subject: Re: [Open-Legislation] [open-government] Call for Collaboration:publicbodies.org
On Mon, Jul 4, 2011 at 4:27 PM, stef <stefan.marsiske at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jul 04, 2011 at 04:02:11PM +0200, Friedrich Lindenberg wrote:
>> p.s. As for software implementation, I've started a very basic
>> python-based recon server at https://github.com/okfn/helmut to
>> familiarize myself with the API. This can be customized for
>> publicbodies.org but also used in other places, e.g. for MIME types,
>> Taxonomies etc. - wherever we have fuzzy values that need to be
>> matched to a set of given URIs.
> konnte das evtl fur das oleg mep-mapping dings auch nutzlich sein?
For our english friends: can we do it for MEPs?
yes! We talked a bit last week about creating neutral URIs for
procedures, MEPs etc. sourrounding the European Parliament and
Commission. This would be a great way to make the databases of
itsyourparliament, parltrack and others interlinkable and to allow
those of us who work on national level legislation to link upstream
without settling on one service.
My proposed domain name would be parliamentdata.eu which is still
free. What do people think?
p.s. Really this is a job for the publications office but what the heck.
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