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新しいオープン・ナレッジ・ネットワークの支部が日本とスウェーデンで始動

- September 22, 2016 in chapter, Featured, News, OKI, Open Knowledge International, opendata, OpenGovernment, オープンガバメント, オープンデータ, 支部

(訳注:この記事は Open Knowledge International ブログ記事の日本語訳です) 今月はオープン・ナレッジ・ネットワークの2つの新しい支部が始動しました。日本支部とスウェーデン支部です。支部はオープン・ナレッジ・ネットワークの中でいちばん発展した形で、ファウンデーションからは法的に独立しており、了解覚書によって提携します。現在の私たちの全支部一覧はこちらを参照してください。その構成のより詳細な情報はネットワーク・ガイドラインを参照してください。 オープン・ナレッジ・ジャパンは古参の団体のひとつです。2012年に立ち上がり、政府・自治体におけるオープンデータの利用について数多くのプロモーションを行ってきました。また日本におけるオープンデータ・デイの盛り上げを全国60以上の地域イベントとともに牽引しています。これは私たちの東アジアにおける最初の支部になります。 オープン・ナレッジ・スウェーデンは、1766年に最初のFOI(情報の自由)法を実装した土地柄ですが、依然としてそのプラットフォームであるFragastatenを通じてアクティブにプロモートしており、遺産の領域でアクティブなハックを行っています。彼らは現在EUが資金提供したプロジェクト「Clarity- Open EGovernment Services」の一部です。彼らはちょうどOKawardを開始したばかりです。これは、公共や企業のセクターからのオープン・ナレッジの貢献者への認知を高める、この地域最初の賞となるでしょう。彼らは北欧諸国ではお隣のフィンランドに次いで2番目の支部になります。
オープン・ナレッジ・ファウンデーションのグローバルネットワークは、スコットランドからカメルーン、中国からチェコ共和国まで、今や40ヶ国以上の団体を含んでいます。これらの団体のうち11箇所が今や支部として提携しています。専門の市民アクティビスト、オープンネスの専門家そしてデータ探索者といった人たちが実践するネットワークはオープン・ナレッジ・インターナショナルのミッションの、そしてオープン運動の森の中心に位置しています。 オープン・ナレッジ・インターナショナルのCEOであるPavel Richter は次のように述べています。「オープン・ナレッジの地域組織、とりわけ私たちの支部は、世界のオープン・ナレッジ運動の進め方をリードしています」「東アジアの、そして北欧諸国2番目の支部ができたのは、オープンネスへの需要が依然存在していることを示しており、新しい支部がどのように私たちの運動をリードするか、楽しみにしています」

日本でのオープンデータ・デイのイベントの中から。クレジット: OKJP


オープン・ナレッジ・ジャパン(OKJP)代表理事、庄司昌彦より「オープン・ナレッジ・ジャパンは日本におけるオープンデータの活用とオープン・ナレッジの運動を21人の専門家と10の法人とともに牽引してきました。公式にオープン・ナレッジ・インターナショナルの支部となったことは大変光栄であり、この喜びを日本の活発なオープンデータ・コミュニティと共有したいと思います。私たちはアジアの他のオープン・ナレッジのコミュニティ、そして世界中の仲間とともに前に進んで行きたいと思います。」

オープンデータ・デイでのOK SE のメンバー。クレジット: se.okfn.org


オープン・ナレッジ・スウェーデンの議長、Serdar Temizより「オープン・ナレッジにおける変革者ネットワークの緊密な一部となれたことを嬉しく思います。OKIの支部になることは、大きな喜びと栄誉です。オープン・ナレッジ運動の最前線にいる組織の一部になれて喜びに耐えません。最初の2年間で、OKIがOKコミュニティにおける私たちの活動を認知し、数少ない公式の支部になれたことは私たちの励みとなります。」 原文(2016/9/21 Open Knowledge Foundation Blog 記事より):
Original post New Open Knowledge Network chapters launched in Japan and Sweden / Open Knowledge International, licensed under CC BY 4.0 International.

Stay Tuned!! We are updating

- June 2, 2016 in Featured, nepal, OKI, OKN, Open Data, Open Knowledge

Last week on the date of 28th May 2016, Open Knowledge International (OKI) announced the official name change through an announcement on the Blog and the Forum. An UK-registered organisation, which was previously known as Open Knowledge Foundation Network (OKFN) & Open Knowledge Foundation (OKF) now want everyone to denote and support them by using “Open Knowledge International (OKI)” as an official name for all kinds of events and activities. The changes will be implemented slowly and the planning to transition from the domain name okfn.org is also going. If you would like to discuss this change of name, please join community forum – discuss.okfn.org. For revised logos please see okfn.org/press/logos and please contact press@okfn.org if you have any questions about the use of this brand. OK_LG_LOGO_NEPAL_RGBBeing the working group of Open Knowledge International in Nepal, We had already supported the change by removing “Foundation” from our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter) and we would also like to request all our collaborator, well wishers, supporters to use “Open Knowledge Nepal (OKN)” as an official name to denote the local community from now onwards for all kinds of events and activities. Since, we are planning to update the whole interface of our Local Group website by adding more features, tutorials and languages, we will make change on it slowly. Meanwhile if you have any suggestions please do join us for discussion “Open Knowledge Nepal Website Update”. The upcoming project of our community like PublicBodies Nepal, MyLocalBudgets, Open Data Handbook Nepali Version, Nepal Open Data Index etc will be using new logo and new name from now onwards. The process of legally registering community under Nepal Government with name “Open Knowledge Nepal” will be started soon. If you want to contribute in community activities, we really appreciate you helping hands. Please do join community discussion forum – https://discuss.okfn.org/c/local-groups/oknp

Stay Tuned!! We are updating

- June 2, 2016 in Featured, nepal, OKI, OKN, Open Data, Open Knowledge

Last week on the date of 28th May 2016, Open Knowledge International (OKI) announced the official name change through an announcement on the Blog and the Forum. An UK-registered organisation, which was previously known as Open Knowledge Foundation Network (OKFN) & Open Knowledge Foundation (OKF) now want everyone to denote and support them by using “Open Knowledge International (OKI)” as an official name for all kinds of events and activities. The changes will be implemented slowly and the planning to transition from the domain name okfn.org is also going. If you would like to discuss this change of name, please join community forum – discuss.okfn.org. For revised logos please see okfn.org/press/logos and please contact press@okfn.org if you have any questions about the use of this brand. OK_LG_LOGO_NEPAL_RGBBeing the working group of Open Knowledge International in Nepal, We had already supported the change by removing “Foundation” from our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter) and we would also like to request all our collaborator, well wishers, supporters to use “Open Knowledge Nepal (OKN)” as an official name to denote the local community from now onwards for all kinds of events and activities. Since, we are planning to update the whole interface of our Local Group website by adding more features, tutorials and languages, we will make change on it slowly. Meanwhile if you have any suggestions please do join us for discussion “Open Knowledge Nepal Website Update”. The upcoming project of our community like PublicBodies Nepal, MyLocalBudgets, Open Data Handbook Nepali Version, Nepal Open Data Index etc will be using new logo and new name from now onwards. The process of legally registering community under Nepal Government with name “Open Knowledge Nepal” will be started soon. If you want to contribute in community activities, we really appreciate you helping hands. Please do join community discussion forum – https://discuss.okfn.org/c/local-groups/oknp

Stay Tuned!! We are updating

- June 2, 2016 in Featured, nepal, OKI, OKN, Open Data, Open Knowledge

Last week on the date of 28th May 2016, Open Knowledge International (OKI) announced the official name change through an announcement on the Blog and the Forum. An UK-registered organisation, which was previously known as Open Knowledge Foundation Network (OKFN) & Open Knowledge Foundation (OKF) now want everyone to denote and support them by using “Open Knowledge International (OKI)” as an official name for all kinds of events and activities. The changes will be implemented slowly and the planning to transition from the domain name okfn.org is also going. If you would like to discuss this change of name, please join community forum – discuss.okfn.org. For revised logos please see okfn.org/press/logos and please contact press@okfn.org if you have any questions about the use of this brand. OK_LG_LOGO_NEPAL_RGBBeing the working group of Open Knowledge International in Nepal, We had already supported the change by removing “Foundation” from our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter) and we would also like to request all our collaborator, well wishers, supporters to use “Open Knowledge Nepal (OKN)” as an official name to denote the local community from now onwards for all kinds of events and activities. Since, we are planning to update the whole interface of our Local Group website by adding more features, tutorials and languages, we will make change on it slowly. Meanwhile if you have any suggestions please do join us for discussion “Open Knowledge Nepal Website Update”. The upcoming project of our community like PublicBodies Nepal, MyLocalBudgets, Open Data Handbook Nepali Version, Nepal Open Data Index etc will be using new logo and new name from now onwards. The process of legally registering community under Nepal Government with name “Open Knowledge Nepal” will be started soon. If you want to contribute in community activities, we really appreciate you helping hands. Please do join community discussion forum – https://discuss.okfn.org/c/local-groups/oknp

Stay Tuned!! We are updating

- June 2, 2016 in Featured, nepal, OKI, OKN, Open Data, Open Knowledge

Last week on the date of 28th May 2016, Open Knowledge International (OKI) announced the official name change through an announcement on the Blog and the Forum. An UK-registered organisation, which was previously known as Open Knowledge Foundation Network (OKFN) & Open Knowledge Foundation (OKF) now want everyone to denote and support them by using “Open Knowledge International (OKI)” as an official name for all kinds of events and activities. The changes will be implemented slowly and the planning to transition from the domain name okfn.org is also going. If you would like to discuss this change of name, please join community forum – discuss.okfn.org. For revised logos please see okfn.org/press/logos and please contact press@okfn.org if you have any questions about the use of this brand.

OK_LG_LOGO_NEPAL_RGBBeing the working group of Open Knowledge International in Nepal, We had already supported the change by removing “Foundation” from our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter) and we would also like to request all our collaborator, well wishers, supporters to use “Open Knowledge Nepal (OKN)” as an official name to denote the local community from now onwards for all kinds of events and activities. Since, we are planning to update the whole interface of our Local Group website by adding more features, tutorials and languages, we will make change on it slowly. Meanwhile if you have any suggestions please do join us for discussion “Open Knowledge Nepal Website Update”.

The upcoming project of our community like PublicBodies Nepal, MyLocalBudgets, Open Data Handbook Nepali Version, Nepal Open Data Index etc will be using new logo and new name from now onwards. The process of legally registering community under Nepal Government with name “Open Knowledge Nepal” will be started soon. If you want to contribute in community activities, we really appreciate you helping hands. Please do join community discussion forum – https://discuss.okfn.org/c/local-groups/oknp

Stay Tuned!! We are updating

- June 2, 2016 in Featured, nepal, OKI, OKN, Open Data, Open Knowledge

Last week on the date of 28th May 2016, Open Knowledge International (OKI) announced the official name change through an announcement on the Blog and the Forum. An UK-registered organisation, which was previously known as Open Knowledge Foundation Network (OKFN) & Open Knowledge Foundation (OKF) now want everyone to denote and support them by using “Open Knowledge International (OKI)” as an official name for all kinds of events and activities. The changes will be implemented slowly and the planning to transition from the domain name okfn.org is also going. If you would like to discuss this change of name, please join community forum – discuss.okfn.org. For revised logos please see okfn.org/press/logos and please contact press@okfn.org if you have any questions about the use of this brand. OK_LG_LOGO_NEPAL_RGBBeing the working group of Open Knowledge International in Nepal, We had already supported the change by removing “Foundation” from our social media pages (Facebook, Twitter) and we would also like to request all our collaborator, well wishers, supporters to use “Open Knowledge Nepal (OKN)” as an official name to denote the local community from now onwards for all kinds of events and activities. Since, we are planning to update the whole interface of our Local Group website by adding more features, tutorials and languages, we will make change on it slowly. Meanwhile if you have any suggestions please do join us for discussion “Open Knowledge Nepal Website Update”. The upcoming project of our community like PublicBodies Nepal, MyLocalBudgets, Open Data Handbook Nepali Version, Nepal Open Data Index etc will be using new logo and new name from now onwards. The process of legally registering community under Nepal Government with name “Open Knowledge Nepal” will be started soon. If you want to contribute in community activities, we really appreciate you helping hands. Please do join community discussion forum – https://discuss.okfn.org/c/local-groups/oknp

Brasil ganha ferramenta de visualização de orçamento construída com a Open Knowledge

- December 1, 2014 in colaboração, Dados Abertos, DAPP, Destaque, dinheiro público, doutor Marco, fgv, formato aberto, Gastos Abertos, mosaico, okbr, OKI, Open Spending, orçamento, orçamento federal, políticas pútlicas, senado, SIGA, SIGA Brasil, Sociedade, software livre

Foi lançado ontem, 30 de novembro, o Mosaico Orçamentário, uma ferramenta de visualização de dados do Orçamento Federal desenvolvida a partir do Open Spending, da Open Knowledge Internacional (OKI). A iniciativa é da Diretoria de Análises de Políticas Públicas da Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV-DAPP) em parceria com a Open Knowledge Brasil e o jornal O Globo e disponibiliza aos cidadãos dados do orçamento federal de 2001 a 2014, oferecendo a possibilidade de filtragem por temas, por órgãos e também pela distribuição de partidos políticos. Além disso, todas bases de dados estão disponíveis para download num formato aberto (CSV). Segundo Marco Aurélio Ruediger, diretor da FGV-DAPP, a ferramenta busca promover a transparência, “um vetor central não só para aumentar a confiança da sociedade civil nas instituições, como para a melhoria das políticas públicas”.
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Mosaico Orçamentário disponibiliza dados do orçamento federal de 2001 a 2014 com possibilidade de filtragem por temas, órgãos e partidos políticos

O Mosaico utiliza informações públicas obtidas no portal SIGA Brasil, do Senado Federal. Segundo Ruediger, a obtenção dos dados foi um desafio para o projeto. “O banco de dados do orçamento do senado foi central, é um trabalho que tem um viés republicano importante. Nos estados não existe nada tão acessível assim”, conta. Apesar de já estarem disponíveis, os dados são difíceis de serem interpretados por pessoas que não estejam familiarizadas com a linguagem do orçamento. “Nosso  trabalho conseguiu deixar a informação mais clara pro cidadão mediano”, afirma. Para ele, o desafio maior agora é que os dados continuem sendo disponibilizados. O desenvolvimento da ferramenta levou um ano e meio e envolveu uma equipe de 19 pessoas, entre cientistas políticos, economistas, sociólogos, desenvolvedores de software (TI) e profissionais de design. A iniciativa partiu de uma conversa entre a FGV-DAPP e a Open Knowledge Brasil (OKBr) e Internacional sobre alguns trabalhos de abertura de dados e visualizações de orçamento e contou com apoio técnico da OKBr sobre a parte tecnológica (abertura de dados e de software) e de uma equipe da FGV sobre questões conceituais sobre o orçamento. Open spending O Open Spending, da rede da Open Knowledge, é um banco de dados de informações financeiras públicas que permite rastrear e analisar o dinheiro ao redor do mundo. Ele inclui orçamentos, dados sobre gastos, planilhas de balanço, etc., e é contruído por uma comunidade de usuários e colaboradores de diversos locais e mantido pela OKI. Ruediger destaca a importância que o uso de um software livre teve para a evolução do Mosaico Oraçamentário. Partindo de uma primeira versão desenvolvida pela Open Knowledge Brasil (OKBr), o grupo da FGV-DAPP conseguiu realizar uma série de modificações e adaptações. “Pudemos fazer evoluir não só o código e dar uma confiabilidade enorme, mas a versão que vai pro ar agregou um entendimento bastante poderoso do orçamento público e de suas matizes”, conta. Ele ressalta que todo o conhecimento agregado pela FGV na ferramenta segue livre e aberto para que a comunidade possa se apropriar e continuar desenvolvendo. O Open Spending já foi adaptado em países com Bósnia, Eslováquia, Inglaterra, Camarões, Uganda, entre outros e também foi usado pelos governos de Bolonha e Berlim para criar visualizações de orçamento. Veja mais projetos baseados no Open Spending aqui. Orçamento O Mosaico Orçamentário é o quinto projeto envolvendo dados de orçamento promovido ou apoiado pela OKBr. Além dele, a rede promoveu as ferramentas Orçamento ao Seu Alcance, Cuidando do Meu Bairro e o Gastos Abertos. Além disso participou da pesquisa sobre dados de portais de transparência em parceria com o Intituto de Estudos Socioeconômicos. Saiba mais: flattr this!