02 October 2012

Open Data in the German Language, First conference to be held in Vienna

The first “Open (government) data conference” of DACHLI (which stands for the 4 European German-speaking countries Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein) will take place on 4 October 2012 in Vienna, Austria. Organised by the ADV – Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Datenverarbeitung (Working group on data processing), the programme consists of presentations and panel discussions by public and private Open Data stakeholders. Its motto is „Win-Win-Win für Verwaltung, Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft“  (Win-win-win for administration, science and economy). Austria is the first country that implemented an open government data platform that is permanently enlarged. Thus, Austria honours its reputation as European Champion in eGovernment, a title given to it in 2012 for the fourth time in a row. By its nature, most of the information is in German.

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