Created on Wednesday, 26 February 2014 11:30
AGAPA presents HOMER project and Hack4Med at the Pablo Olavide University in Seville
Homer project was presented as an Open Data initiative in the framework of the Third Conference of Open Government and Open Data. This presentation was held on 22 February at the Pablo de Olavide University in Seville and focused on HOMER description as a set of strategies of communication, capitalisation and harmonizing, in particular, remarking the utility of deliverables produced as a sort of best practices reusable for new open data initiatives. The presentation was also based on HACK4MED, a Hackathon event which aims to harmonize Open Data in the Mediterranean through better access and reuse of public sector information. The event will take place simultaneously in 7 regions in 5 countries of the Mediterranean basin on 17 May: Spain (Andalusia), France (Corsica), Italy (Piedmont, Veneto and Emilia Romagna) Greece (Crete) and Montenegro. HACK4MED is a meeting in which computer programmers collaborate intensively on software development usually focused on solving a problem detected.