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Open Knowledge Foundation

Thoughts from the Global Investigative Journalism Conference

  OPEN SPENDING.ORG -  by Lucy Chambers This post is by Lucy Chambers, community coordinator at the Open Knowledge Foundation, and Friedrich Lindenberg, Developer on OpenSpending. They recently attended the Global Investigative Journalism Conference 2011 in Kyiv, Ukraine,...

The Data Journalism Handbook at #MozFest 2011 in London

The following post is from Jonathan Gray, Community Coordinator at the Open Knowledge Foundation. With the Mozilla Festival approaching fast, we’re getting really excited about getting stuck into drafting the Data Journalism Handbook, in a series of sessions run...

Data-Driven Journalism In A Box: what do you think needs to be in it?

The following post is from Liliana Bounegru (European Journalism Centre), Jonathan Gray (Open Knowledge Foundation), and Michelle Thorne (Mozilla), who are planning a Data-Driven Journalism in a Box session at the Mozilla Festival 2011, which...

Building the future of open data – interview [VIDEO]

Jason Kitcat is the foundation coordinator at the Open Knowledge Foundation. In this interview, he tackles the meaning of “open knowledge”, the role of his organisation and the future of data journalism. What is...

OKCon 2011: Introduction and a Look to the Future

OPEN KNOWLEDGE FOUNDATION – By Rufus Pollock This is a blog post by Rufus Pollock, co-Founder and Director of the Open Knowledge Foundation. OKCon, the annual Open Knowledge Conference kicked off today and it’s been...

€20,000 to win in The Open Data Challenge: Get crackin’!

So you are a data enthusiast? Here is a great opportunity to get noticed… The Open Data Challenge is a data competition organised by the Open Knowledge Foundation, in conjunction with the Openforum Academy and Share-PSI.eu. European...

#ijf11: the raise of Open Data

source: Joel Gunter from Journalism.co.uk The open data movement, with the US and UK governments to the fore, is putting a vast and unprecedented quantity of republishable public data on the web. This information...

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