The HK Lands Dept charges “reproduction costs” for PDFs , so for meet.30 we look into open mapping data & RDM policy with John Bacon-Shone.
Amanda Meng was in Hong Kong conducting a case study on the reuse of open government data and presented to us on her work open data for democracy.
For ODHK meet 28 we’ll cover the newly launched Hong Kong public sector information portal: DATA.GOV.HK with some of the senior team at the OGCIO on hand.
For ODHK meet 27 we will celebrate our second anniversary with an open data party, looking forward to the year ahead, and as well as looking back at the highlights of the last 12 months.
The 26th ODHK gathering was an Open Science working group special, with Cesar Harada as speaker on the topic of “Open Hardware for the Environment”.
Meet 25 will cover right to be forgotten, access to information and archives law, with some great special guest speakers.