• Date: September 30, 2017, By maestro Category - Uncategorized
    Long time ago since I haven’t written anything in this blog. Now I want to share an interesting methodology to check the transparency in a public institution, and why not? in a private one as well. It has been developed by the council of transparency of Spain. It is callRead More...
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  • Date: December 21, 2016, By maestro Category - opendata
    My speech at AEMET talking about how to make open data used and valuable. (In spanish)
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  • The information that is published and that imposes barriers to reuse is not really open from the point of view of transparency. The monitoring action of the published information can only be produced if it can really be used and reused with the minimum cost and maximum reach. Six recommendationsRead More...
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  • This September 7th I have presented the lecture “The future and impact of open data: Lies, half-truths and other uncomfortable facts” Thanks to the organisers Toñi Ferrer and Fernanda Peset and to the @upv. Delighted to share the event with @cabralens, #herve falciani, @adolflow and @kikollan and many others. 20160807-data-reusability-meloda_aag_v04Read More...
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  • Date: August 11, 2016, By maestro Category - Uncategorized
    Just for fun I have started a set of #opendata advises. So everyday (mostly) you can find a twitt in my account @aabella, but if you want to recover some old one you have a table with all of them in the #opendata advises link in the menu.
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  • Date: June 24, 2016, By maestro Category - Uncategorized
    The recent decision of British people about leaving the EU introduces lots of uncertainties. One of them, and I am rather sure that it will not be on the core of the discussions is about opening their research. it is a brave decision of the EU research program to forceRead More...
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  • Date: June 2, 2016, By maestro Category - Uncategorized
    My talk about the impact of opendata in our society. A discussion panel at open expo. Find here the slides of my presentation. I remark that even having some interesting economic predictions the model to determine the social and economic impact is mostly unknown. And so the public policies toRead More...
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  • Date: May 19, 2016, By maestro Category - opendata
    Today I will join @furilo moderated by @abarbero talking about these topics. Hopefully the questions will be much more interesting that our contributions. I will try con convince the audience that releasing data is not only a transparency practice but a management tool. Thanks to Eduard Gil, (Sagessa) and MariaRead More...
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  • Date: May 5, 2016, By maestro Category - #RISP, opendata
    Find here 5 videos about the basics of open data. Language is Spanish. Recorded 4 years ago and available in youtube, surprisingly they are quite current. Definición Open data y precedentes open (Ivan Sánchez) @realivansanchez Open data desde el punto de vista ciudadano (David Cabo) @dcabo El futuro del openRead More...
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  • Just a tiny spillover of my job to share with you. If you are a linked open data portal administrator in Spain is quite likely that you have chosen the Spanish regulation to categorize all the datasets in your catalogue. The coming EU regulation, DCAT-AP use a slightly different approach,Read More...
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