Current and past projects
Standard for Public Code
The Standard for Public Code gives public organizations a model for building their own open source solutions to enable successful future reuse by other public organizations. It includes guidance for policymakers, managers, developers and designers.
This is a living document, and we welcome all your feedback.
Smart Cities? Public Code! (February 2018 - April 2019)
This project aimed to further develop the concept of public code. More concretely: How should we understand public code, and how can we create it? What kind of technological and institutional arrangements are needed to shift towards the production of public code?
In a series of workshops, we built a network of collaborators to identify directions for the development of public code, and set up research and development projects and grant applications.
Smart Cities? Public Code! was a collaboration between the City of Amsterdam, the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and Vurb.Agency.
A simple, easy to use, developer-centric, public administration open source project metadata format.