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THE FUTURE OF OPEN DATA IN THE AGENDA OF EUROPE. 

 

The document outlines the main issues adressed and conclusions drawn from a side event, organised by HOMER project and carried out in the frame of the 12th European Week of Regions and Cities (Open Days 2014) in Brussels. With the aim of addressing the expectations of the European Commission on Open Data in the future ICT strategy, it offers a synthesis of the event: the general conference concerning the main pillars of boosting digital market and ICTs, and the round tables dealing with technical aspects of Open Data harmonisation

 

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HOMER MANIFESTO

 

The full Manifesto document provides you with an introduction to the action plans on Open Data developed by the Homer partners as well as an explanation for the rationale behind the Manifesto´s key points.

 

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PROJECT BROCHURE

 

The brochure provides a first introduction to the project, its objectives and the consortium.

 

 HOMERBrochure

HACKATHON RESULTS

 

OPEN MINDS USE OPEN DATA: The catalogue contains a short description all the apps developed in the hack4med contest. Links to code sources and more detailed info can be found in the HACK4MED APPS section of the Homer website .

 

 

HOMER HANDBOOK

 

The handbook contains detailed information about HOMER project and partners involved, project results and progress so far. This version will be further updated during project life.

 

 HOMERBrochure

SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY

The socio-economic impact study is an essential part of the Work Package 3 of the strategic project HOMER namely “Capitalisation and long lasting effects”, as it provides important information relating to the existing governance of PSI in the MED regions involved and identifies the benefits, obstacles and necessary measures for wider deployment of OD.  The aim of the study is twofold.  Firstly it addresses the impact of OD on the economy and society in the MED regions participating in the Project and secondly it provides feedback to be used by the HOMER Partners in the subsequent project activities.

 Socio-economic impact Study
STATE OF THE ART

The State of the Art aims at providing global view of the standards and technical solutions used by the HOMER partners or being used and recommended by experts in the field of Open Data in Europe.

 State of the art

TECHNICAL GUIDELINE

The present Technical Guideline details technical and functional recommendations which appear essential to build an Open Data portal.

 TECHGID

LEGAL AND LICENSING REPORT This document describes the current European Legal Framework regulating the re-use of Public Sector Information and focus on the main legal and economic aspects that the owner of a database should take into account when she is going to make her data available for re-use. It contains a roadmap with suggestions to help PA approaching the various steps required to make PSI available and re-usable, a Best Practice Example and Annex I, that defines the state of the art as to the datasets held by the HOMER participants and the licenses chosen to make them available and Annex II, with all the legal recommendations on the major aspects of making PSI available.  

HACK4MED

How to prepare, launch and manage the app contest in Homer Project.

 TECHGID

METHODOLOGY PILOT B

The pilot project B of HOMER aims to investigate and experiment on how the great majority of people, thanks to open data, can bring their contribution to improve quality of life in their territory. The present methodology is thus a set of guidelines aiming to give a common framework and methodological advice to the partners to implement the pilot and draw up transnational conclusions useful for the project purpose.

 State of the art

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

The MOU is the place where partners defined their common interests and objectives and the respective responsibilities and duties, as well as express the common interest in preserving – to the extent possible - the Federation in the future and foster the sustainability of the Federation also after the expiration of HOMER.

 State of the art

 

OPEN DATA ACTION PLANS

Each HOMER project partner Region including the countries of Cyprus, Montenegro, Malta and Slovenia, developed a holistic, Open Data Action Plan which establishes the medium and long term strategy and actions required, in order to open their Public Sector Information and to achieve the maximum benefits from their reuse.

 

Homer-OD Plans

 

OPEN DATA ACTION PLAN GUIDE AND TEMPLATE

This document consists of a ready to use Template and guidelines on how to create your own Public Sector Open Data Action Plan based on the implementation experiences of 13 Mediterranean Public Authorities participating in HOMER Project.

 

Homer-OD Plans

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