A Senigallia we talked about Open Data
Saturday, November 20, 2010 I was invited to the conference Let me know organized by Informaetica and Comue of Senigallia to talk about Open Data. As many of you know, the theme of the Open Data, Open Government together with that, I am very passionate about. I, therefore, accepted with great enthusiasm the invitation addressed by Marco Scaloni to speak at the conference in Senigallia. I must say I was very impressed by the event. Very well organized (and for that I congratulate Mark and the other kids) and especially very rich in so many insights and cultural growth. I think that is the correct definition of the event as a Woodstock Open Data
I have personally participated in trying to identify a possible link between the ethical and legal principles governing the movements of Open Source and Free Software and principles that support the Open Data movement. I am deeply convinced that there is a very close link between the various movements and that what the Open Data can enjoy the experience and, why not, the mistakes made in the past by the movements associated with the software. What do you think?
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