Posts Tagged: ooog

Transport Data Exchange Programme – An OOOG Rating

Originally published here While we’re still waiting with bated breath for the details of the NSW Governments Apps4NSW competition, it appears that the NSW Government has released the first Dataset for third party use. The Transport Data Exchange Programme is a programme to allow third party developers to build applications based on the Timetable andRead… Read more »


Originally published here I did a presentation last night on the work I’ve been doing with Plone and Local Government and I was asked about a term I used – OOOG. OOOG stands for Open source, Open standards, Open Government. It’s a personal standard that I use when judging the suitability of a project orRead… Read more »