Our journey is over, we showed our tool on the demo day and talked to a lot of people about it. However, our tool is still a proof-of-concept and not ready to be deployed anywhere.
When we were creating the architecture behind our tool we came across a huge discussion about the naming of the ‘things’ we were generating. When can we speak of:
- a building?
- a service?
- an organisation?
Publishing Linked Open Data isn’t all about data. You also need to describe every piece of data for other users.
To describe your data you can use something called:
vocabulary, but where do you get these?
Using other people their open data is a nice idea. However, what if their an error in their data? In this blog post we will take a look at several examples and what you can do this to fix the errors in the data.
Using the stuff of somebody else might be a challenge if there’s no documentation around. This blog post is trying to explain the workflow of the Smart Flanders tool we’re building to help the civil servant to publish its data as Linked Open Data in a good way.
Finding and accessing open data can be a challenge
The current situation
ID’ing is a problem
We’re the Smart Flanders team for open Summer of Code 2018 and we have only one purpose: making Flanders smart again! Our team consists of only three people: