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Open Data Day

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International Open Data Day is an annual event that promotes awareness and use of open data. It takes place globally, usually in February or March. Typical activities include talks, seminars, demonstrations, hackathons, training or the announcement of open data releases or other milestones in open data. In some countries it occurs along with Code Across coding events.

“This day is a chance for people around the world to support and encourage the adoption of open data policies by local, regional and central governments,” said New Zealand Land Information Minister Louise Upston in 2016. W

When[edit]

Mar 2, 2019: Sat

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Interwiki links[edit]

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Social media[edit]

  • Twitter hashtag #opendataday

External links[edit]

Open Data Day


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