Ideas for Using, owning and updating fragmented data

This idea came from Sym Roe’s workshop at Notwestminster 2016


What we’re doing
Ideas for Fragmented data

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Sym Roe's workshop at Notwestminster 2016
Notwestminster16 (54 of 135) by Anthony Mckeown

 



Who we are

Sym RoeSym Roe
@symroe
Democracy Club

Sym is a developer and has worked in the open / government space for years. He runs Democracy Club, partly by writing code and partly by working with others to build a community of organisations who want to work together.

 

 

 


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People who are interested in this idea

Who else wants to help?

If you’d like to get involved, please Leave a Reply on this page or contact Sym Roe:

sym.roe@democracyclub.org.uk

@symroe



Design Challenges for Local DemocracyLocal Democracy Design Challenges

This idea came from Sym’s workshop at Notwestminster 2016, in response to one of our Design Challenges for Local Democracy, which were crowdsourced from our Notwestminster network. The challenge is:

Open Democracy Data: The details of local council decision making affect everyone’s lives and yet they are often obscured within agendas, minutes and reports.  How can we better share the data of local democracy so that it is open to be seen, used and shared?



Notwestminster Ideas Bazaar 2016

Notwestminster 2016 workshops list

Notwestminster 2016

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