Las 23rd of February it was held the open data day in Granada. 12 people (except Scraping tutorial in which the deputy director of the OSL took an entire class of first grade and we respect Computing) * Data on which they worked: in general, the UGR * The pad: http://okfnpad.org/opendatadayugr
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Results: OpenSpending budgets in UGR (made by Felix), dining menus in RSS (and subsequently JSON and web service), data on classrooms and operating systems that use data on degrees and the number of people in them, besides scraping programs.
Rating: Overall, the amount of work done, especially starting from practically nothing, has been remarkable. However, the attendance has been lower than expected. Not because there were few people, but because there has been mostly the advocates of OSL.