The LinkedGov architecture consists of these components (in green boxes above):
The menu page is the over-seeing "portal" for LinkedGov.
Users can import new data, resume an import or play a game.
This is the part of LinkedGov where users bring in datasets.
This is the part of LinkedGov that takes in data from the importer and drops it into our data stores.
Core technology (or black box)
This is the part of LinkedGov that most people won't see. It explains what's happening under the bonnet.
This translates LinkedGov data into the format of your choice. Help yourselves!
This is the API through which games call for tasks (to feed to game players)
This is the "ask a question, find an answer in the data" site for anyone to use. (Especially aimed at non-techies)
This is where developers (or anyone looking to poke around) can navigate the data, see what we have on offer.
This is were developers can create a new topic standard (for example, electricity data for government buildings) and map existing data to their standard.