CKAN is a complete out-of-the-box software solution that makes data accessible – by providing tools to streamline publishing, sharing, finding and using data.Find Out More
Online training for data ‘wrangling’ skills. Develop the ability to find, retrieve, clean, manipulate, analyze, and represent different types of data.Find Out More
The aim of Open Spending is to track every government financial transaction across the world and present it in useful and engaging forms.Find Out More
For collaborating around digitised public domain texts. It allows users to read, annotate and share reading lists through a simple and intuitive user interface.Find Out More
These are projects that are actively being managed and fostered by the OKFN’s staff and communities. To start a new project of your own, see our project proposal page.
The Public Domain Review is an online journal and serves as a bounteous gateway into the vast knowledge commons that is the public domain. It features scholarly articles on public domain works as well as unusual collections of images, songs and film surfaced from the vaults.
Open Shakespeare combines literary criticism and the internet to produce a set of tools for appreciating the national poet. It contains the complete works of Shakespeare and features introductions to his poems and plays written by members of the Open Shakespeare community.
The Open Knowledge Definition provides an answer to the question: what is open knowledge? It puts forward, in a simple and clear manner, principles that define open knowledge and which open knowledge licenses must satisfy.
OKFN Labs is home to the Open Knowledge Foundation’s experimental and prototype projects.
PyBossa is a free, open-source, platform for creating and running crowd-sourcing applications that utilise online assistance in performing tasks that require human cognition, knowledge or intelligence such as image classification, transcription, geocoding and more!