We're hacking blockchain technology to support moving publicly verifiable, official versions of the law onto the Internet. For more information on the project, check out LawChain.org
Signup at LawChain.org (http://lawchain.org/) for a link to the Hangout. This Meetup is happening via Google Hangout and therefore geography should be no barrier. However, the start/end time is especially designed for friends on the US West Coast (apologies to our colleagues and friends in Europe, Asia and elsewhere... future Hangouts will be designed around your time zones). The Hangout will be in English and after some short discussion, the idea is to work on part of the project for most of the session individually or in teams and then we'll show and discuss what we worked on at the end of the session. We will use a Hackpad or comparable shared notes file to provide a way for teams form and MIT Media Lab UnHangout (http://unhangout.media.mit.edu/) for collaborative small group working sessions.
We expect about one hour or concentrated hacking and limited free-form discussion. Other Hangouts will be focused on general discussion and you can be invited to a Slack team by signing up at the LawChain.org project page.
Register to participate in this online Meetup at LawChain.org for a link to the Hangout. We appreciate all shows of support or interest in the project, but please understand if you RSVP on this Meetup page you won't have a way to participate. Register to join and participate in the project through the form at LawChain.org and then you can hack on it you want!