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本報告全文 / This report
released under CC-BY-SA 4.0 International-Open Culture Foundation

原始資料 / Raw data in this report
released under CC0 1.0. Universal.

網頁原始碼 / Source code of this website
released under MIT License

作者 / Author

曾柏瑜 / 負責第一章法規制度及第三章公民參與



Po-yu Tseng / Author of Chapter 1 and 3

Researcher, Open Culture Foundation

Po-yu is an activist concerned with human rights, gender equality and generational justice. Po-yu was involved with Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement in 2014, and was a candidate for the Legislative Yuan (Taiwan’s Congress) during the 2016 general elections. She has also worked at Taipei City Hall’s media affairs department. Po-yu is secretary of the Network of Young Democratic Asians, an alliance of young activists in Asia working to achieve effective democracy and protection of human rights.

李梅君 / 負責第二章開放資料及第四章公私協力


英國劍橋大學人類學碩士、美國加州大學戴維斯分校人類學博士候選人。研究關注公民科技、開源技術與開放文化、數位治理、與數位行動主義。現於台灣進行 g0v 社群與公民科技之田野調查。

Mei-chun Lee / Author of Chapter 2 and 4

Researcher, Open Culture Foundation

Mei-chun is an anthropology PhD candidate at the University of California, Davis, and a g0v community participant. She also holds a master degree from the University of Cambridge. Her research interests include hackitivism, open movements, digital democracy and activism. She is currently conducting fieldwork of civic technology in Taiwan.

研究及製作團隊 / Production Team

李梅君 曾柏瑜
Mei-chun Lee, Po-yu Tseng

Melissa Chen, John Chen

Website and Visualization
Kirby Wu

Chofy Lin

Open Culture Foundation

開放文化基金會 / Open Culture Foundation

財團法人開放文化基金會(Open Culture Foundation,簡稱 OCF)於 2014 年成立,希望能夠藉由法人組織的力量,協助台灣開放源碼社群的推廣與倡議。關注的議題包含:開放原始碼軟體、開放資料、開放政府與公民科技。


The Open Culture Foundation (OCF), is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, founded in 2014 by several members of Taiwan’s open source community. Our main goal is to support local communities advocate the use of open technologies in broader sectors, including open source software, open hardware, and open data. We help government, enterprises, and NGOs better understand the benefits of adopting open source,and promote the importance of open data to the public sphere. We believe that a culture of open collaboration is the foundation for an innovative society, and the engine of a participatory democracy.

特別感謝 (按筆畫排序)

本報告有賴於許多人給予的協助以及寶貴的建議,我們特別感謝台北市政府、台灣公務革新力量聯盟、王寶萱、朱昱任、行政院科技會報辦公室、李易昆、沃草團隊、林誠夏、施聖文、莊妙慈、哈爸、陳伶志、陳俊宏、陳舜伶、許恩恩、開放資料社群、揪松團、國發會同仁、游知澔、彭盛韶、曾旭正、曾苡馨、簡宏偉、劉宇庭、ET Blue、g0v 零時政府社群、g0v 黑客松與協作工作坊的參與者、LASS 社群、PDIS、TonyQ 、vTaiwan團隊、Whisky,以及所有匿名協作者。


Acknowledgement (in alphabetical order)

This report was made possible by the generous support of BOST, Chen Chun-Hung, Chen Ling-Jyh, Chen Shun-Ling, ET Blue, Hsu En-en, Hsu Wuu-long, Chuang Miao-tzu, Jyan Hong-Wei, Ju Yu-ren, Lee Yi-Kung, Liu Yu-tin, Lucien Lin, National Development Council, PDIS, Saul Peng, Shaina Wang, Shih Sheng-wen, Taiwan Civil Service Innovation Coalition, TonyQ, Taipei City Government, the LASS community, the g0v community, the jothon organizers, the opendata/tw community, the vTaiwan task force, Tseng I-hsin, Tseng Shu-cheng, Whisky, Watchout, Yu Chihao, and anonymous contributors.

Open Culture Foundation is solely responsible for the content of this report.