As I’m sure you are aware, it has been possible to install CKAN from Debian packages on an Ubuntu 10.04 system using apt-get for some time. As part of the release of CKAN 1.5 we had a community meeting about CKAN’s Debian packaging approach and how it could be improved. As a result of the […]
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Event page: see <http://ogdcamp.org/programme/satellite/> Can’t be in Warsaw? Join us irc on #ckan on freenode The CKAN team will be running a hands-on workshop at the Open Government Data Camp 2011 in Warsaw tomorrow before the main conference begins on Thursday. We will give demos of the CKAN platform and will also cover installing, customising and extending […]
The CKAN team are oragnising a talk, a workshop and a sprint at the forthcoming PyCon UK conference in Coventry this weekend. We plan to divide the CKAN slot into two parts: Talk – 30 mins description of what open data is all about, how CKAN can help and the technical background around how we […]
The OKF is looking for Python for more web developers interested in open data to work on CKAN. CKAN (as I’m sure you’ll know) is a our web-based product built in Python using SQLAlchemy, Pylons and other libraries. It allows users to submit, search for and find open datasets. As well as powering The Data […]
For the last 6 months the CKAN team has been expanding and growing, focusing on catalog interoperability and metadata revisioning/moderation technology amongst other features. At the excellent OKCon in Berlin we really crystallised our mission. Below I’m going to set out our plans and roadmap for the next 6 months. Key things we took from […]
The Open Knowledge Foundation is looking for really good Python web developers to join our organisation to work on CKAN, our open source web-based catalogue system built on Pylons. As you probably already know, CKAN allows users to submit, search and find open data packages. As well as powering ckan.net, CKAN software runs the UK […]
Today is Open Data Day where developers and enthusiasts from over the world get together to make improvements to the world of open data. The London event was organised by myself and Rufus Pollock and held at the Trampery (thanks to the generous support of Charles Armstrong and Trampoline Systems). The main thrust of the […]
- RT @datopian : 🗓️On Monday 6/4, we'll introduce the 7t @INSPIRE_EU #Hackathon challenge we are co-mentoring 👉We'll talk, amongst others, ab… 3 months ago
- RT @BCSOSSG : At our evening of talks on Funding #OpenSource in MAy 2018, @shevski recounted the challenges and successes of funding @CKANpr … 3 months ago
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