Some lessons learned from building standards around Schema.org

OpenActive is a community-led initiative in the sport and physical activity sector in England. It's goal is to help to get people healthier and more active by making its easier for people to find information about activities and events happening in their area. Publishing open data about opportunities to be active is a key part … Continue reading Some lessons learned from building standards around Schema.org

12 ways to improve the GDS guidance on reference data publishing

GDS have published some guidance about publishing reference data for reuse across government. I've had a read and it contains a good set of recommendations. But some of them could be clearer. And I feel like some important areas aren't covered. So I thought I'd write this post to capture my feedback. Like the original … Continue reading 12 ways to improve the GDS guidance on reference data publishing

A short list of some of the things I’ve worked on which I’ve particularly enjoyed

Part of planning for whatever comes next for me in my career involved reflecting on the things I've enjoyed doing. I'm pleased to say that there's a quite a lot. I thought I'd write some of them down to help me gather my thoughts around what I'd like to do more of in the future. … Continue reading A short list of some of the things I’ve worked on which I’ve particularly enjoyed