Open Data is Not Enough – presentation from OGDCamp 2011

The Open Government Data Camp team have just published a page listing many of the presentations and slides from this years event that took place in Warsaw in October. Rather surprisingly (I didn’t spot the camera!) the list includes a recording of my talk sharing learning from recent work on the International Aid Transparency Initiative, and from a paper on sustainable re-use of open data under the title ‘Open Data is Not Enough’.

The audio and recording isn’t great, and I was presenting having run to the venue after a rather marathon delayed overnight train ride from Luxembourg, but, I think there are some useful bits in here that I’ve not fully written up elsewhere, hence the recording is shared below:

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