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Bryan Davis

629 days ago
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Please read Open Austin's Code of Conduct
TL;DR: Be kind. Don't be a jerk.
Mateo C Agenda
6:30 - Grab food & chat with a neighbor
6:45 - Intros
Luq D 7:00 - Announcements
7:10 - BASEDEF
7:15 - Project Ideas
  • Build data visualizations for Austin Animal Services!
  • Tool for understanding local voting versus political issues
  • Vote Tracker
  • Election Postmortem - The latest data probably won't be available but we could get to know the outlets and formats and stuff
  • Do you have any?
Mateo C 7:20 - Break out into smaller groups
Luq D
  • Civic Tech 101 Orientation
9:00 - Post what you did in the table below
  • What did you work on today?
Share what you worked on. We might write a blog post about it.
Name Project BASEDEF What did you do? Link
Luqmaan Instabus Blog I blogged about something for this project. Lorem ipsum, just writing some stuff. http://poop.bike
Marshall Open Austin Website Fix Investigated the pagination issue https://github.com/open-austin/open-austin-org
Bryan Austin lobbying project Talked about goals, created a repository https://github.com/open-austin/lobbying-in-Austin
1 March 2016 #civichacknight
Mateo C
  • Intros
  • Personal pronouns (she/her, they/them, he/him, ze/hir)
Mateo C
  • What brought you here?
  • What skills are you hoping to learn/teach with Open Austin?
  • Passion projects?
  • General Announcements
Luq D Join us on Slack - slack.open-austin.org
Mateo C CodeAcross Austin 2016
Saturday, March 5, 2016
Civic Hack Saturday 
Saturday, March 19, 2016 - 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM 
Urban Co-Lab, 12th & Chicon 
  • Saturday morning on the east side at Urban Co-Lab.
  • Imagine a civic hack night, but not at night time.
March Open Gov & Civic Tech Meetup
  • Police Body Cameras: Technology, Policy, and Advocacy 
by Kathy Mitchell, Texas Electronic Privacy Coalition
Mateo C Monday, March 21, 2016 - 6:45 PM to 8:45 PM
Terrazas Library Branch - 1105 E. Cesar Chavez Street
April Civic Hack Night
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 - 6:30 PM to 9 PM
Luq D How High is the Water? A Data Visualization Party
By The Texas Tribune and ProPublica 
5 - 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 13 at Umbel.
800 West Cesar Chavez St. B101, Austin, TX 78701
A new data visualization project illustrating Houston's vulnerability to powerful storms.
Deadline: Monday March 7th
Pitches: Sunday, March 13th
Hailey P New Campaign Finance Data released on City of Austin data portal:
Bunch of ways to get involved and contribute to a project.
Open Austin Todos
  • Project Ideas
:emoji_1f4a1: github.com/open-austin/project-ideas :emoji_1f4a1: 

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