Open Data in Archaeology at the Open Knowledge Foundation blog

Today the Open Knowledge Foundation blog features an article written by myself introducing “Open data in archaeology”, the working group started a the OKF last month and some arguments that highlight why open data is good for building archaeological knowledge in the twenty-first century. Please find 15 minutes to read it and “retweet” to your colleagues, students, teachers. You don’t need to be an hacker or a programmer to understand and contribute, it’s all about your daily work.