CivicApps at Open Source Bridge

This year Open Source Bridge is delighted to partner with the City of Portland on a special joint event to make some of your ideas for CivicApps into real tools for use in our civic community.

For those of you in the Portland Metro area, mark your calendars to attend the CivicApps Ideas Discussion on May 27, 2010, 18:00-20:00 at the Portland Building Auditorium. This is your chance to discuss your ideas for development with the CivicApps dataset providers and representatives from the City of Portland.

Please register here: CivicIdeas Discussion – registration is free but space is limited so sign-up soon!

After you’ve solidified your idea the next step is to make it a reality. You can do this at CiviCode day – co-located with Open Source Bridge on Thursday, June 3, 2010. A day of CiviCode unconference and hackathon activities begins with a keynote by Mayor Sam Adams and concludes with a show-in-tell of what you built!

CiviCode Day is located in the 24 hour Open Source Bridge Hacker Lounge – this year located in the Portland Art Museum’s – Mark Building. Come work on your CivicApps project in a space guaranteed to inspire creativity surrounded by peers and project stakeholders.

Register for CiviCode Day here: CiviCode Day – Registration for CiviCode day is free – but space is limited. Please add your name the list soon!

Additional information about the events can be found here: Important Upcoming Events for CivicApps.

Hope to see you at both the CivicApps Ideas Discussion and CiviCode Day!

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  1. […] For the third year, we welcome back Portland’s own Mayor Sam Adams. This year Mayor Adams will speak about the City’s involvement with opening governmental data, what CivicApps projects have resulted from this, and what open source technologies the city is utilizing. In conjunction with the Mayor’s keynote, we’re also working with the City to reprise last year’s hugely popular CivicApps hack day. […]

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