I'm writing an article for a major Canadian tech publication and I want to get some input from Toronto's great Open Data community...
Given that the country has new leadership in Ottawa, I was thinking that it might be a good time to assess the current state of government Open Data policies, and see what the federal government (and other governments) could do to push Open Data in the right direction.
I'm waiting on hearing back from the Treasury Board of Canada on an official statement from the government on their Open Data priorities (which should be interesting), and there was also the government report
from last year on what it should do. But I want to know what the Open Data community and particular stakeholders think the government should and can do to move Open Data in the right direction and help it drive change.
So, what's on YOUR Open Data wishlist?