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= Key signing party =
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Please log in to the wiki and add any links or reference material you think is useful, under the appropriate theme. This will then be published after the conference as a wrap up post for others in the OpenGov community across Australia.
We should have a key signing party, up for suggestions on where and when and what format
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= Open infrastructure =
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References on open source and standards, case studies like OpenStack, Drupal, and what FOSS brings to government
  
== Before the event ==
 
  
You need a gpg key to start, create one now!
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== Drupal - open web platform for governments ==
You might as well make it with as big a key size as possible.
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<pre>gpg --gen-key
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gpg --list-secret-keys
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gpg --fingerprint FA9EC035</pre>
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Global list of Government sites - https://groups.drupal.org/government-sites
  
== Submitting your key ==
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=== Distributions & Themes ===
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aGov
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* website http://agov.com.au
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* project https://drupal.org/project/agov
  
Currently nothing has been decided, please add suggestions below.
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Open Public
* create a wiki page containing your fingerprints
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* website http://openpublicapp.com/
** [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Daniel_sobey Daniel Sobey]]
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* project https://drupal.org/project/openpublic
* Some other tool, edit this page and we may use it
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{| class="wikitable"
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Canada - Web Experience Toolkit
|+ people participating in identification exchange
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* https://github.com/wet-boew/wet-boew-drupal/
! Real Name !! Key Id !! Key Fingerprint !! Preferred E-mail Address
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Dutch government house style theme
| J Random Person  || 0x0000000000000000 || FFFF FFFF FFFF FFFF FFFF  FFFF FFFF FFFF FFFF FFFF || jrp@example.com
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* https://drupal.org/project/rijkshuisstijl
  
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US HowTo
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* http://www.howto.gov/web-content/technology/content-management-systems/drupal-best-practices-for-government
  
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= Open data =
| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Mark_Atwood Mark Atwood]]  || 0x5BB3D38332608126 || D37B E0BF 09D3 C69B DDAC  78B5 5BB3 D383 3260 8126 || me@mark.atwood.name
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References on opening up raw government data, what is needed from government, case studies, etc
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| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Daniel_sobey Daniel Sobey]]    ||  0xFA9EC035 || 28F8 2EA3 26A3 7748 EC41  CD28 00D4 08C4 FA9E C035 || dns@dns.id.au
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| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Daniel_sobey Daniel Sobey]]    ||  0x7E706939 || 9F04 E553 09DA 89A9 44EE  EF41 6D34 FF8A 7E70 6939 || dns@dns.id.au
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| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Daniel_sobey Daniel Sobey]]    ||  0x2EC08895 || AEAE 53B3 DEE8 1DF9 F28C  A657 86F3 A534 2EC0 8895 || dns@dns.id.au
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| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Paul_Warren Paul Warren]]  || 0x5341F366208EDB2A ||  DF30 FFE6 CBEE ED60 E340  EEBA 5341 F366 208E DB2A || pwarren@pwarren.id.au, paul@thewarrens.name
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| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Paul_Warren Paul Warren]]  || 0x89A45B0613ABFE97 ||  2D60 F3A8 CB31 9C99 F76E  0637 89A4 5B06 13AB FE97 || pwarren@pwarren.id.au
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| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Elizabeth_Krumbach_Joseph Elizabeth Krumbach Joseph]]  || 0x2FC76319BC2349FC || F1A1 2FEF 82A5 666C F9A4  A748 2FC7 6319 BC23 49FC || lyz@princessleia.com
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| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Arkady_Gundroff Arkady Gundroff]]  || 0x877D7A54 || 27A4 1D27 E9B8 5AD7 1C2A  8A86 ECF8 CCDD 877D 7A54 || rkd@therkd.org
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| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Arkady_Gundroff Arkady Gundroff]]  || 0x22F75870 || 2D39 1FA0 84A6 AE66 D525  0805 68B2 320E 22F7 5870 || rkd@therkd.org
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| [[https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Kye_Russell Kye Russell]]  || 0xE44FDDE6 || 8AA9 BF1D 306F 1CD6 4D2C  95BA 662A 7109 E44F DDE6 || me@kyerussell.com
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| [[http://www.humbug.org.au/RussellStuart Russell Stuart]] || 0xE7843A8C || D25D D87D F8EA 9ED1 D146  5023 F523 1C62 E784 3A8C || russell-gpg@stuart.id.au<br/>ras@debian.org<br/>russell-debian@stuart.id.au
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| Christopher Yeoh || 0xAAE53307 ||7D5F DD42 C463 D88F 559E  BDF0 3714 8A73 AAE5 3307|| cbkyeoh@gmail.com
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| [[http://www.james.rcpt.to/ James Bromberger]] || 0x9D85C53C || 8591 20FE 0D9F A6A5 B054  C775 AEC8 2874 9D85 C53C || jeb@debia.org<br />jeb@cpan.org<br />james@rcpt.to
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| [[http://www.azabani.com Delan Azabani]] || 0x18416AA7 || 7F21 2455 67B2 3E09 2664  20EF 0548 7476 1841 6AA7 || delan@azabani.com
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| Thomas Chung || 0xB18A274C || 6951 B594 524C E3A9 3734  494F 17E8 091D B18A 274C || thomas@nomology.id.au<br>thomaschung32@gmail.com
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| Karl-Johan Karlsson || 0x331FAE7D || 5893 644B 7783 B5D3 9FD7  F4C6 01BA C4B5 331F AE7D || creideiki@lysator.liu.se<br />creideiki@ferretporn.se
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== At the event ==
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* The government data landscape in Australia was mapped out at http://agict.gov.au/blog/2013/10/26/government-data-landscape-australia including data projects, policies, standards, communities and other initiatives relating to government.
We will need someone to collate the keys and print them out.
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* Request and vote up datasets from government at the data.gov.au Data Request Site http://datagovau.ideascale.com/ :)
Please let us know how many we should print and where to print them.
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What we did last year was go to a lecture theatre with a projector.
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=== Public Sector Data Workshop ===
Each person stands up, shows their photo id and read their fingerprint aloud.
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printouts of everyone's fingerprints were provided so you can tick off as you go
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This worked ok but took a long time to get through everyone.
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Practical workshop with a focus on developing research skills in the field, both online and offline.
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Run by http://www.twitter.com/helenensikat
  
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Key issues covered:
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* Groundwork for research
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* Getting the most out of Google
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* Searching beyond the surface web
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* National and State libraries
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* Working with messy data
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* Using existing research to find leads
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* Requesting data and information from other people
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* Data quality, copyright, and referencing
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* Discussion of useful resources of various flavours
  
== Ad hoc Signing ==
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The slides are largely a set of visual prompts for the talk rather than a standalone pack; ping Helen on Twitter if you want further detail on any of the topics mentioned:
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http://bit.ly/publicsectordataslides
  
Put your fingerprint on a piece of paper and hand it out to people.
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A link bundle containing all the websites, resources, and example searches mentioned in the workshop is available here: http://bit.ly/publicsectordatalinks
No need to do it formally just swap as you meet.
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Things to watch out for:
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= Open information =
* does it match thair name
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References on FOI and related topics, case studies
* Does the person have a key with that fingerprint, do the numbers match.
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* know that anyone can generate a key and claim an email address
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* if someone can be bothered they can keep trying to generate a key with the first 8 digits the same as another key but getting the whole fingerprint is nearly impossible
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= Open communities =
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References on open government work happening in the community, getting FOSS developers and methdologies into government, building bridges between gov, community and industry
  
== When you get home ==
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[http://www.govpond.org GovPond]: A searchable index of Australian State and Federal Government data + federated searching of Government and domain specific data catalogues (e.g. CSIRO, AODN, Social Sciences Data).
after the event you should have notes of who to trust the next thing to do is sign the key.
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You can individually sign each key, export the signature and send it to them.
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[https://wiki.debian.org/caff caff] is a tool that automates the signing a little.
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=Discussions=
It will sign and send an email (encrypted if possible) containing the signature.
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===Government organisation===
It requires some setup but it does make things easier.
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* Discussed HM Revenue and customs who can refund in seconds, but also debit your account instantly as well. The key point is that there are upsides and downsides to being able to do this.
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* The use of Bitcoin for transparency and accountability
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* Currently http://data.gov.au/ publishes read-only data; allow community collaborators (members of the public, contractors to public works, etc) to directly update or contribute to http://data.gov.au/ data sets; possible use cases:
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** Extend the API to allow data to be updated
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** Directly update data via web form
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** Indirectly update data by synchronising previously-exported data; for example: http://data.gov.au/ data might have been submitted to http://www.openstreetmap.org/; when that data is updated on http://www.openstreetmap.org/, those changes could be synchronised back into http://data.gov.au/
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* [https://lca2014.linux.org.au/wiki/User:Andrew_Buckeridge Andrew Buckeridge] in my preferred plaintext.
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** Discussed ignorance of the CC-BY attribution license recommended by the Government 2.0 Taskforce.
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** Discussed those helpful people that manipulate the data that you want.
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* 2014 wishlist for Western Australia (contact Helen Ensikat with any queries or follow-up: http://www.twitter.com/helenensikat/)
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** A mandate & commitment to progress in ICT / Open Data by the Premier, catching up to other States
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** Allocating on ICT / e-Gov as a Ministerial Portfolio
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** Establishment of an ICT / data / e-Gov team in Premier and Cabinet or Finance
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** Roadmap and policy document based on international best practice
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** Establishment of responsibility for implementing this policy at a senior level in departments and agencies
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** Public release of progress in implementation of and compliance with policy
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** Public KPIs for senior staff and for the Minister responsible for the area
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** Mechanism to support and reward departments innovating in the area
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** Establishment of programme to showcase existing work and datasets in this area to public/other departments/industry
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** Annual Perth-based Open Gov and Digital Citizenship conference
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** Roadmap to data.wa.gov.au with CKAN install / accessible API
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= References =
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* Gov 2.0 blog posts from Federal Government CTO, inc data.gov.au team http://www.finance.gov.au/category/gov-20/
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* State of the Nation slides/notes - http://www.slideshare.net/greebo/state-of-the-nation-open-gov-miniconf-2014
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* Lightning talk on food compostion data - http://www.foodcomposition.co.nz
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* WFS map feature data downloader: http://github.com/grahame/whiffy

Latest revision as of 13:02, 10 January 2014

Please log in to the wiki and add any links or reference material you think is useful, under the appropriate theme. This will then be published after the conference as a wrap up post for others in the OpenGov community across Australia.

Contents

Open infrastructure

References on open source and standards, case studies like OpenStack, Drupal, and what FOSS brings to government


Drupal - open web platform for governments

Global list of Government sites - https://groups.drupal.org/government-sites

Distributions & Themes

aGov

Open Public

Canada - Web Experience Toolkit

Dutch government house style theme

US HowTo

Open data

References on opening up raw government data, what is needed from government, case studies, etc

Public Sector Data Workshop

Practical workshop with a focus on developing research skills in the field, both online and offline. Run by http://www.twitter.com/helenensikat

Key issues covered:

  • Groundwork for research
  • Getting the most out of Google
  • Searching beyond the surface web
  • National and State libraries
  • Working with messy data
  • Using existing research to find leads
  • Requesting data and information from other people
  • Data quality, copyright, and referencing
  • Discussion of useful resources of various flavours

The slides are largely a set of visual prompts for the talk rather than a standalone pack; ping Helen on Twitter if you want further detail on any of the topics mentioned: http://bit.ly/publicsectordataslides

A link bundle containing all the websites, resources, and example searches mentioned in the workshop is available here: http://bit.ly/publicsectordatalinks

Open information

References on FOI and related topics, case studies

Open communities

References on open government work happening in the community, getting FOSS developers and methdologies into government, building bridges between gov, community and industry

GovPond: A searchable index of Australian State and Federal Government data + federated searching of Government and domain specific data catalogues (e.g. CSIRO, AODN, Social Sciences Data).

Discussions

Government organisation

  • Discussed HM Revenue and customs who can refund in seconds, but also debit your account instantly as well. The key point is that there are upsides and downsides to being able to do this.
  • The use of Bitcoin for transparency and accountability
  • Currently http://data.gov.au/ publishes read-only data; allow community collaborators (members of the public, contractors to public works, etc) to directly update or contribute to http://data.gov.au/ data sets; possible use cases:
  • Andrew Buckeridge in my preferred plaintext.
    • Discussed ignorance of the CC-BY attribution license recommended by the Government 2.0 Taskforce.
    • Discussed those helpful people that manipulate the data that you want.
  • 2014 wishlist for Western Australia (contact Helen Ensikat with any queries or follow-up: http://www.twitter.com/helenensikat/)
    • A mandate & commitment to progress in ICT / Open Data by the Premier, catching up to other States
    • Allocating on ICT / e-Gov as a Ministerial Portfolio
    • Establishment of an ICT / data / e-Gov team in Premier and Cabinet or Finance
    • Roadmap and policy document based on international best practice
    • Establishment of responsibility for implementing this policy at a senior level in departments and agencies
    • Public release of progress in implementation of and compliance with policy
    • Public KPIs for senior staff and for the Minister responsible for the area
    • Mechanism to support and reward departments innovating in the area
    • Establishment of programme to showcase existing work and datasets in this area to public/other departments/industry
    • Annual Perth-based Open Gov and Digital Citizenship conference
    • Roadmap to data.wa.gov.au with CKAN install / accessible API

References