After a review of the initial information presented in the 2016 Mexico submissions for the GODI, submitters from civil society - Sergio Araiza- and responsibles of the open data initiative in México - Enrique Zapata-, got together to dialogue, analyze and perfect the information presented in these first submissions.
This is an example of the value and benefits that the Index can bring to get civil society, citizens and government together to discuss opportunity areas for open data in the country, understand different views regarding a single issue, and agree on next steps and actions to continue working towards a robust and strengthened ecosystem in Mexico.
After these analyses, we would like to kindly request the GODI to take into account the following clarifications
Include seven new datasets:
Open Data Portal, Max Temperature: datos.gob.mx/busca/dataset/temperatura-maxima-excel
Open Data Portal, Average Temperature: datos.gob.mx/busca/dataset/temperatura-promedio-excel
Open Data Portal, Wind Speed: datos.gob.mx/busca/dataset/direccion-y-rapidez-del-viento-por-estacion
Open Data Portal, Wind Direction: datos.gob.mx/busca/dataset/direccion-y-rapidez-del-viento-por-estacion
Open Data Portal, Precipitation Amount: datos.gob.mx/busca/dataset/precipitacion-actual-y-acumulada-por-estacion
National Weather Service Portal, Precipitation Probability (96h): smn.cna.gob.mx/es/pronosticos/pronosticossubmenu/pronostico-extendido-a-96-horas
Open Data Portal, Precipitation Forecast (7d): datos.gob.mx/busca/dataset/hidrometeorologia
Question B7, change to 'Yes', data is openly licensed with the MX Open License: datos.gob.mx/libreusomx
Question B8, include formats: XML, GRADS, GIF, TXT, CSV, HTML