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The State of Open Data 2011

What is the state of the open Wettanbieter im Test data movement? Last week, during my opening keynote at the Open Government Data Camp (held this year in Warsaw, Poland) I sought to follow up on my talk from last year’s conference. Here’s my take of where we are today (I’ll post/link to a video of the talk as soon as the Open Knowledge Foundation makes it available).

Successes of the Past Year: Crossing the Chasm

1. More Open Data Portals

One of the things that has been amazing to witness in 2011 is the veritable explosion of Sportwetten Buchmacher around the world. Today there are well over 50 government data catalogs with more and more being added. The most notable of these was probably the Kenyan Open Data catalog which shows how far, and wide, the Wettbonus Angebot movement has grown.

2. Better Understanding and More Demand

The things about all these portals is that they are the result of a larger shift. Specifically, more and more government officials are curious about what open data is. This is not to say that understanding has radically shifted, but many people in government (and in politics) now know the term, believe there is something interesting going on in this space, and want to learn more. Consequently, in a growing number of places there is less and less headwind against us. Rather than screaming from the rooftops, we are increasingly being invited in the front door.

3. More Experimentation

Finally, what’s also exciting is the increased experimentation in the open data space. The number of companies and organizations trying to engage open data users is growing. ScraperWiki, the DataHub, BuzzData, Socrata, Visua.ly, are some of the products and resources that have emerged out of the open data space. And the types of research and projects that are emerging – the tracking of the Icelandic volcano eruptions, the emergence of hacks and hackers, micro projects (like my own Recollect.net) and the research showing that open data could be generating savings of £8.5 million a year to governments in the Greater Manchester area, is deeply encouraging.

The Current State: An Inflection Point

The exciting thing about open data is that increasingly we are helping people – public servants, politicians, business owners and citizens imagine a different future, one that is more open, efficient and engaging. Our impact is still limited, but the journey is still in its early days. More importantly, thanks to success (number 2 above) our role is changing. So what does this mean for the movement right now?

Externally to the movement, the work we are doing is only getting more relevant. We are in an era of institution failure. From the Tea Party to Occupy Wall St. there is a recognition that our institutions no longer sufficiently serve us. Open data can’t solve this problem, but it is part of the solution for Sportwetten Anbieter Vergleich. The challenge of the old order and the institutions it fostered is that its organizing principle is built around the management (control) of processes, it’s been about the application of the industrial production model to government services. This means it can only move so fast, and because of its strong control orientation, can only allow for so much creativity (and adaption). Open data is about putting the free flow of information at the heart of government – both internally and externally – with the goal of increasing government’s metabolism and decentralizing societies‘ capacity to respond to problems. Our role is not obvious to the people in those movements, and we should make it clearer.

Internally to the movement, we have another big challenge. We are at a critical inflection point. For years we have been on the outside, yelling that open data matters. But now we are being invited inside. Some of us want to rush in, keen to make advances, others want to hold back, worried about being co-opted. To succeed, it is essential we must become more skilled at walking this difficult line: engaging with governments and helping them make the right decisions, while not being co-opted or sacrificing our principles. Choosing to not engage would, in my opinion, be to abscond from our responsibility as citizens and open data activists. This is a difficult transition, but it will be made easier if we at least acknowledge it, and support one another in it.

 

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Die besten Sportwetten Anbieter im Vergleich

Alle, die hier aufgelisteten Wettanbieter wurden von mir persönlich über mehrere Monate bis Jahre hinweg überprüft und da ich persönlich auch im privaten Rahmen regelmäßig Wetten abgebe, kannst du dir sicher sein, dass ich im Vergleich zu anderen Webseiten meine Referenz Erfahrungen in diesem Beitrag niederlasse. Zusätzlich habe es mir zur Aufgabe gemacht die Dauer der Auszahlung deiner Wetteinsätze zu bestimmen. Deswegen habe ich noch zusätzlich die Überweisungsdauer in meinem Testbericht ebenfalls mit aufgenommen. Damit ein Wettanbieter eine Gesamtbewertung von 100% erzielen konnte, muss er in allen getesteten Teilbereichen die möglichst volle Punktzahl erzielen. Natürlich sind ebenfalls Wettanbieter, die von mir bei einer Skala zwischen 80 bis 85% bewertet wurden ebenfalls sehr zu empfehlen.

Auf Platz zwei steht der Buchmacher Interwetten, ein Unternhmen aus Österreich,welches 1997 gegründet wurde und besondere Stärken in den Bereichen Auszahlung und Kundenservice hat.Es ist der Anbiter mit der schnellsten Auszahlung der Wettgewinne, Die Wettquoten und das Live Wetten Angebot wurde mit sehr gut bewertet und die Sicherheit gilt als hervorragend. Circa 1,4 Millionen Kunden sind aktiv und ein Neukundenbonus von 110 Euro.