A Q&A with “The Solution Revolution” co-authors William D. Eggers and Paul Macmillan.
The policy calls for the city “to make every reasonable effort to publish its data in machine readable formats using prevailing open standards” and directs the city administrator to lead the effort under a specific timeline.
After nearly a year since it first announced proposed open data legislation that included the creation of a city chief data officer, San Francisco has officially posted the position.
Lee announced the city posted municipal code on GitHub “to make it more accessible to our public.”
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