The Shakespeare review: what's the future of UK open data? | News | guardian.co.uk: "The main thing missing from the report is detail: what should be core data? How fast is fast? The trading funds should work differently, but how so? Who's actually going to implement this? What about [insert pet dataset here]?
Those questions aren't for Shakespeare to answer, but the answers will impact the entire scope of the review.
There's also potentially significant missed opportunities through not specifically addressing criminal justice data in detail: police data is opening, but court records (and detailed, granular sentencing information) lags significantly behind the rest of the UK government." 'via Blog this'