Open standard for Data
Short Description: documented and reusable agreement that supports people and organisations publishing and using data
Description: An open standard for data is a documented and reusable agreement that supports people and organisations publishing and using data. A good starting point when developing an open standard is a shared understanding of why it is needed and what it will cover.
What it is? The canvas is a single view of the pillars that support your open standard: the problem, solution, resources, risks and impacts. It outlines how your standard delivers benefits to stakeholders and what you need to begin development. The Open Standards for Data Canvas is based on the Business Model Canvas and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.What it isn'tThe Open Standards for Data Canvas is not:A detailed document: The canvas is high-level so you can quickly spot gaps and clarify assumptionsA road map: Use the canvas to outline and share the initial solution to the problem you want to solveA complete guide: The canvas focuses only on the core pillars to get you started so you can prepare more detailed documents as needed
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Tags: opendata, standard, canvas
Theme: Données ouvertes
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