Open Data Users Group: crowdsourcing
The Cabinet Office Open Data User Group is using Delib’s Dialogue App to source ideas for how the Group should engage with interested people:
In advance of appointing a Chair and Members of the group, the Cabinet Office wants to bring together suggestions for how the ODUG should go about this engagement with wider users and re-users. We are looking for ideas about things like how the ODUG should gather evidence for the release of open data, how it should develop it’s advice to the DSB, how it should run its meetings and how it should keep the wider community up to date on developments (as well as other ideas you have). These ideas will then be considered by the new Chair and Members as soon as they are appointed so that the group can get up and running as soon as possible. In addition to this, we are also setting up a Twitter account (@odugUK) for the ODUG which will be taken over by the group when it is up and running.
We are keen to hear your views on how users and re-users of open data should be engaged by ODUG. This is your opportunity to co-create this process and make sure that it is as tailored as possible to the needs of the community.
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