A Review of Open Data in Saskatachewan 2017

It was International Open Data Day on March 5, 2017. The day has breezed by me this year, as with many previous years. Let’s review where the province has been on open data over this time and where it might be going. Recap of Open Data Saskatchewan This site has now been live for just over 5 years. There hasn’t been much change to the site over this time, but there have been some changes in the province. »

Open Data Saskatchewan Inaugural Hackathon

What is it? An event for open data enthusiasts and developers and others to get involved in their community through improving access to and use of open data in the province. A hackathon is a great place to build new open data driven apps, meet people and have a good time. You can sign up for the event here: http://opendatask1.eventbrite.com Where and when? The nice folks at the George Bothwell library have agreed to have us on Saturday, December 3, 2011 from 10am - 4pm. »

Open Data Day in Saskatchewan

Starting off the Open Data Saskatchewan blog I’d like to throw an idea out there to hold an introductory open data event in Regina, SK on international open data day, which is December 3, 2011. I’ve added Regina to the list of cities hosting a ‘hackathon’ meeting on that day, however, anyone in Saskatchewan interested in open data should consider attending if they can. I’d like to work with some others interested in attending to see what type of events we can do on this day. »

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