Hello all (cc: ODI)
The European Union recently introduced the concept of high‑value datasets (HVD) in the open data directive 2019/1024 and nominated, in legislation, some domain areas they considered useful — the energy sector was not on that list for some reason.
The United Kingdom‑based Open Data Institute (ODI) has been commissioned (prior to Brexit) to report on energy sector HVD. To that end, Josh D'Addario duly contacted me and would like to run an hour‑long online community consultation meeting as follows:
Please reply to me if you would like to participate. This meeting presents an opportunity to, I imagine, variously:
You need not be resident in the EU or a citizen of a member
state, but the discussion is necessarily limited to datasets
Looking forward to your responses! Robbie
PS: engaging in these kind of processes is a good way to push for
The directive referred to is:
And it entered into force on 16 July 2019. It replaced the
previous public sector information (PSI) directive.
In addition, six from the openmod community formally commented to the Commission on this oversight in relation to energy sector HVD eight months ago (paragraphs 1, 79–84):
-- Robbie Morrison Address: Schillerstrasse 85, 10627 Berlin, Germany Phone: +49.30.612-87617