Cross posted from the End Poverty in South Asia blog
It has been a season ripe with new ideas and shifts in the open data conversation. At the Cartagena Data Festival in April, the call for a country-led data revolution was loud and clear. Later in June at the 3rd International Open Data Conference in Ottawa there was an emphasis on the use of open data-beyond mere publishing.
Mulling on these takeaways, a logical question to ask may be: what would a country-focused data project that aims to put data to use look like?