In November we announced that we were retiring our current data store. Here’s a quick update on our plans to ensure continued access to all of the local data we’ve published. Including a preview of our new datastore.
Things have been very quiet here of late. We’ve been taking some time out to review our progress and plans for the future. Here’s a short update on some impending changes, including our plans to retire the data store.
Over the last six weeks we’ve been working with Wessex Water, along with teams of PhD students in Bristol and Exeter, to help them understand new ways they can use their data.
With an election coming up, thoughts turn to registering to vote; campaigns at all levels will start encouraging people to register and participate. From an open data perspective, we want to know what could be learnt about electoral registration from… Continue Reading →
We’re very pleased to feature this guest post from Danielle Vass, co-founder of Teach Programming another Bath based community interest company. Danielle recently supported a group of young people from the area in creating open data powered hacks for the… Continue Reading →
Bath: Hacked is approaching its first birthday and lots of people ask what we do, and how we do it. Will Sansom made a little film at Hacked 2.1 that takes a look behind the scenes.
Last week I gave a 5 minute talk at the Ignite for Good event held as part of Bath Digital Festival. The event was excellent. There were a lot of different speakers, a really enthusiastic audience, and it was held in one… Continue Reading →
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