I have looked at this and here is the official OKI response -
It seems like there is still confusion about characteristics. We took a holistic approach this year, and only datasets that met all of our characteristics were accepted. Also, I had an issue to access some datasets and got a 404 on some of them (including the Parliament API).
Wha was changed -
Addresses - there is a web service, and it fits the entire criteria.
Procurement - was changed, but there is still a license issue, see my reviewer comments.
What wasn't change -
Air Quality - the link- http://inspire.rivm.nl/sos/eaq/api get 404. Looking for it on google showed it in a repo, so it’s tough to find and access. Users who doesnt this link exist simply can't access the data.
Weather - do not fit our criteria, so I am leaving Danny’s submission as is. Also, see comment from the government - KNMI is limited in adding too much detail in the forecast output (due to national law restrictions). This brings the question why the government will even restrict the days of the forecast?
Government spending - dataset does not fit our criteria
Elections results - only one city publishes in poll station level - Dordrecht . This shows that data is counted in poll station level, but it's not published as such.
Water quality - does not fit the criteria at all. Companies publish in PDF; data bank publishes only problematic areas and not all water in source. Basically, data criteria does not exist in an accessible unified way.
Legislation - I could not access the API, therefore, could not assess it. Also, I had to dig through the documentation that was sent to us in the spreadsheet to find any link to an API.
Cadastre was found - but does not fit the criteria of tenure type and property value, so it is marked as 0%
Some comments on the excel were very short and had a lot of missing links. For the future, please comment only through the forum, opening a thread to each dataset.
No more changes will be done after today, but I hope my feedback will help in some way!