Aspects of NZDIMP not found in ODC
In phase 1 of the consultation we put together a handy comparison document that looked at which principles of the NZ Data and Information Management Principles (NZDIMP) were covered by the Open Data Charter (ODC) and where there were gaps in the NZDIMP.
It has been suggested through the public submissions that a reverse gap analysis be looked at too, that is, looking at what is missing from the ODC that is in the NZDIMP.
If anyone has looked over both the principles documents, the initial gap analysis and would like to let us know some of the aspects of NZDIMP that are missing from ODC and are valuable to retain, please comment here in this thread.
We'll work out the gaps together and then include them in an update of the analysis document. :thumbsup:
Poll Created Fri 9 Sep 2016 1:43AM
The key aspect of NZDIMP missing in the Open Data Charter is the provision for open **information** both digital and physical Closed Mon 12 Sep 2016 1:02AM
There is mixed positions here - it has been suggested that the issue is in the semantics (meaning) of data and information as terms. On one hand it is suggested that the ODC would be applicable to "information" on the other there are those that make clear the distinction between information and data. My thoughts are that we need more discussion about this particular impact (data vs information) to uncover if and how the ODC would or would not impact government information.
Here I'd like to get an indication as to whether you think the key element that is impacted should the PDC hypothetically replace the NZDIMP is the provision for open information release either online or in physical form.
Agreeing here is to get an indication that this is a key point to discuss further.
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5 of 23 people have voted (21%)
Fri 9 Sep 2016 2:16AM
I think some more people need to look into those differences - aspects of NZDIMP missing in the ODC - before we simply say that this is the 'key' priority to address. Yes it's important but there may be other things too...
Sun 11 Sep 2016 10:07PM
I think this is purely semantics - data vs information. It's the underlying principles, and then the practical application which is ultimately the key thing.