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Monthly Meetup

As usual, this meeting will be an open lab time where we will work on projects. Come with ideas for projects, things you may have already started, or we'll try to match you up with an already existing project or idea.

Please comment below any ideas or projects you might want to work on.

Our working projects at this moment are:

• Adopt-a-Tree

• OpenTwinCities.org

• Open Twin Cities 

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  • David

    Roxanne and Alison lead a great discussion and presentation.

    1 · November 27, 2014

    • Roxanne J.

      Thanks! We had a lot of fun brainstorming the principles of civic tech :)

      November 28, 2014

    • Alison L.

      Thanks! Was good to hear your guys' thoughts on it!

      November 28, 2014

  • Mark H.

    Glad I got to come and get some things done. Hopefully next time I can help more - I'd love to talk about the Liquid issues I ran into...maybe as a postmortem, if I can bloody fix them before then!

    November 25, 2014

  • Elizabeth A.

    Sorry I missed the meeting tonight, got stuck on Hiawatha after they completely shut it down. Looking forward to joining you next time!

    November 25, 2014

  • Roxanne J.

    Alison and I presented a civic technology session at the Minnesota Rising Unconference for emerging leaders (http://bit.ly/1xJ2R1Q) a couple weeks ago, so if folks are interested, I can share what we presented. Our session focused on how to think like a civic hacker and aimed to reach a non-technical audience that might be interested in the kind of projects OTC members do. We came up with six principles of civic technology and illustrated them with examples from hackathons and elsewhere. Interested to see what folks think about what we came up with!

    2 · November 23, 2014

  • Bill B.

    I'm thinking of hacking on Open Twin Cities. A lot of things happen or could happen to support the Twin Cities' civic tech community, which means a lot of opportunities for people who want to help or learn new skills. If this sounds interesting to you, come to the Humphrey on the 25th.

    1 · November 11, 2014

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