• Code for Durham: Civic Hacking Session
    Tonight's Agenda: • 5:30-5:45p: Mingle / Chat / Get settled • 5:45-6p: Welcome / Group introductions • 6-6:15p: Guest Speaker + Q&A • 6:15-6:30p: Announcements / Project updates • 6:30-8p: Break into groups & work on projects - If you're new to Code for Durham, see Dane for a brief orientation. • 8-8:30p: Share project progress with group For first timers trying to get the most out of the night, you should bring your laptop, explore www.codefordurham.com (http://www.codefordurham.com/) (& register) to get familiar with local resources and where you might want to plug in. You could also watch Civic Hacking 101 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH6LnW_qjeI), explore the U.S. Digital Services playbook (https://t.yesware.com/tl/fae269bee19aeb8e251ae5d887b063a941581f3a/22c9eab162496947b4067f64310ba4f7/61105d4a10f10042bff97b21011655e8?ytl=http%3A%2F%2Fplaybook.cio.gov%2F) for the basic principles we try to apply to every project, or get inspired by some of the Code for America 2015 Summit videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/CodeforAmerica/playlists) sessions with amazing speakers *Attendance implies consent to our Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct). Highlights / Announcements • Want to be a civic hacking leader? We are growing and need 3 core team members as well as project leads to step up! Core team Roles include Storyteller, Event Organizer and Delivery Leads. More descriptions here (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oEB1CuzCHldxP_bzcvmcrmK0yAE1BzV2AGhtwtYKZVY/edit?usp=drive_web). message adam martin or colin copeland if interested. Core team members are expected to give about 10-15 hrs per month (inc. meetups), and get direct access to the Code for America network (slack channel) and an invitation to the annual CfA Summit in San Francisco! MOST Active Projects: Full Project List here (http://cfd-live.poplar.phl.io/projects) • School Navigator (https://github.com/codefordurham/school-inspector) (Project Lead: Jeremy Freeman, Colin C.)- Help parents or soon-to-be parents/residents navigate the Durham public school system. • Affordable Housing (http://codefordurham.com/projects/affordable_housing-being_scoped): (Project Lead - Ron Stebleton) A (https://docs.google.com/document/d/198eEMJeQDqWdZemPn_uEWoyigNR-IAyzK0DWsB1Nyew/edit#heading=h.8217xmyyv38u)ggregating housing data for Durham area, inspired by SFdatahousinghub (http://housing.datasf.org/data-browser/) & Join this interest group (https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/cfnc_housing) Emerging projects • Code for Durham Website Customizations (http://cfd-live.poplar.phl.io/) (Project Lead - you?)- Updating our landing website to help us tell our story better and improve the onboarding process for new members, and align with Code for Raleigh & Code for Carry with new projects. Calling on php, css and designers to work on the emergence platform! What is a hacknight? This is a weekly project night for technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers, and activists who are working on "civic technology" projects. Consider this to be a study hall or office hours to improve the city. This night is for those who want to: * get work done on civic projects * start a new project, or find one to join * get feedback from technical, government, or community experts * learn about tools for local empowerment, open data, smart and open government Bring your laptop, ideas, projects, maps, data, and questions. Collectively, we will try to answer them. Have fun. Do good.

    Caktus Group

    108 Morris St. Suite 2 · Durham, NC

  • Cary Parking App - Let's Do This! A call to action
    Code for Cary Parking App Hello! We are announcing our plan to knock this out over the next 30 days! Come out and code! We're working on mobile apps (iOS/Android) and a web page (ReactJS + Leaflet). Want to contribute? Come on out! We do a little check-in look all together to see where we are, then we code away to make it better, all to get this done. Want to learn - Join us! We're a friendly bunch! This Meetup: Show some progress - then code toward to goal of getting the app ready to deploy and the web page ready to use.

    CARY INNOVATION CENTER

    201 WEST CHATHAM STREET, SUITE 204 · CARY, NC

  • Cary Hack Day - Parking App, OpenStreetMap and Other Projects
    Code for Cary Hack Day Hello! We will have an extended hack session to build out the pieces of our Parking App and hopefully finish the MVP for demo and feedback! Want to contribute? Come on out! We do a little check-in to see where we are, then we code away to get this done. Want to learn - Join us! We're a friendly bunch! Downtown Cary Parking App Come out and code! We're working on mobile apps (iOS/Android) and a web page (ReactJS + Leaflet). OpenStreetMap Come out and map! We will have training sessions on how to navigate and add items to OpenStreetMap. Groups can "get out of the building", tour downtown and add features to OpenStreetMap in downtown Cary. You will be contributing Open Data that can be used for our parking app and other apps. This Meetup: Code toward to goal of getting the app ready to deploy and the web page ready to use. Coffee and light snacks will be available all day. Lunch is on your own - There are many lunch options within easy walking distance. Check out the Downtown Dining Map provided by Cary Citizen: http://foodcary.com/downtown-dining/ Take a break and participate in many of the activities going on downtown Cary like Gingerbread House Competition, Santa's Workshop, Page-Walker Open House, Cary Tree lighting, Cary Players presents 'A 1940s Radio Christmas Carol', Chinese Lantern Festival - Note some events require registration - Go to the Town of Cary Calendar for more information on activities planned for December 1: https://www.townofcary.org/connect-engage/calendar/-curm-12/-cury-2018

    CARY INNOVATION CENTER

    201 WEST CHATHAM STREET, SUITE 204 · CARY, NC

  • NC Open Pass Year End Wrap-up
    After a year of events, we want to get together and celebrate what we have accomplished and begin to plan for 2019. Join us if you want to make an impact to your community through civic tech and open data. That could be your neighborhood, city, town, county, or it could be the startup community. We will start at 5:00 PM with a working happy hour where we brainstorm on what worked in 2018, what we can do better, where we can improve, and what we want to impact. At 7:00 PM, we'll switch to a more informal mode and just socialize and celebrate.

    Clouds Brewing

    126 N West St · Raleigh, NC

  • Code for Durham: Semi-Annual Social
    Join Code for Durham brigade members for our semi-annual social! Let's hang out, celebrate the holidays, and share our accomplishments from the past few months. Newbies welcome! If it's your first time connecting with the Brigade, we'd love to talk with you about the kind of work we do (use technology to help our community) and how you would like to make a difference. We might even pop up a laptop or two, but be warned: this night is for socializing, not working! (That said, you can still code if that's what you really want to do.) To the Code for Durham regulars- bring a friend! We do some awesome work and have fun at the same time :) This social is a great time to introduce a friend or two to Code for Durham. Connect with us: · Join our Code for Durham Meetup ( https://www.meetup.com/Triangle-Code-for-America/ ) · Follow us on Twitter @CodeforDurham (http://twitter.com/codefordurham) · Like us on Facebook ( http://facebook.com/codefordurham ) · Check out our projects (www.codefordurham.com) Got questions? Or want to get more involved with Code for Durham? (We’re especially looking for people interested in helping with membership and communications.) Email Laura at [masked]. We’d love to have you involved! *Attendance implies consent to our Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct). Have fun. Do good. Join the team :)

    Bull City Ciderworks - New Location!

    305 S Roxboro St · Durham, NC

  • 2018 NC Open Pass Weekly Planning
    Video available via the Blue Jeans app or Chrome: https://bluejeans.com/3751843620/ Meeting notes: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pd7Hy5nD1Ru1PTC_PCJFBDco-4sB6PvwcMY1Tmzr6x0 Planning tools: https://waffle.io/ncopenpass/NCOpenPass

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  • Code for Durham: Civic Hacking Session
    Tonight's Agenda: • 5:30-5:45p: Mingle / Chat / Get settled • 5:45-6p: Welcome / Group introductions • 6-6:15p: Guest Speaker + Q&A • 6:15-6:30p: Announcements / Project updates • 6:30-8p: Break into groups & work on projects - If you're new to Code for Durham, see Dane for a brief orientation. • 8-8:30p: Share project progress with group For first timers trying to get the most out of the night, you should bring your laptop, explore www.codefordurham.com (http://www.codefordurham.com/) (& register) to get familiar with local resources and where you might want to plug in. You could also watch Civic Hacking 101 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH6LnW_qjeI), explore the U.S. Digital Services playbook (https://t.yesware.com/tl/fae269bee19aeb8e251ae5d887b063a941581f3a/22c9eab162496947b4067f64310ba4f7/61105d4a10f10042bff97b21011655e8?ytl=http%3A%2F%2Fplaybook.cio.gov%2F) for the basic principles we try to apply to every project, or get inspired by some of the Code for America 2015 Summit videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/CodeforAmerica/playlists) sessions with amazing speakers *Attendance implies consent to our Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct). Highlights / Announcements • Want to be a civic hacking leader? We are growing and need 3 core team members as well as project leads to step up! Core team Roles include Storyteller, Event Organizer and Delivery Leads. More descriptions here (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oEB1CuzCHldxP_bzcvmcrmK0yAE1BzV2AGhtwtYKZVY/edit?usp=drive_web). message adam martin or colin copeland if interested. Core team members are expected to give about 10-15 hrs per month (inc. meetups), and get direct access to the Code for America network (slack channel) and an invitation to the annual CfA Summit in San Francisco! MOST Active Projects: Full Project List here (http://cfd-live.poplar.phl.io/projects) • School Navigator (https://github.com/codefordurham/school-inspector) (Project Lead: Jeremy Freeman, Colin C.)- Help parents or soon-to-be parents/residents navigate the Durham public school system. • Affordable Housing (http://codefordurham.com/projects/affordable_housing-being_scoped): (Project Lead - Ron Stebleton) A (https://docs.google.com/document/d/198eEMJeQDqWdZemPn_uEWoyigNR-IAyzK0DWsB1Nyew/edit#heading=h.8217xmyyv38u)ggregating housing data for Durham area, inspired by SFdatahousinghub (http://housing.datasf.org/data-browser/) & Join this interest group (https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/cfnc_housing) Emerging projects • Code for Durham Website Customizations (http://cfd-live.poplar.phl.io/) (Project Lead - you?)- Updating our landing website to help us tell our story better and improve the onboarding process for new members, and align with Code for Raleigh & Code for Carry with new projects. Calling on php, css and designers to work on the emergence platform! What is a hacknight? This is a weekly project night for technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers, and activists who are working on "civic technology" projects. Consider this to be a study hall or office hours to improve the city. This night is for those who want to: * get work done on civic projects * start a new project, or find one to join * get feedback from technical, government, or community experts * learn about tools for local empowerment, open data, smart and open government Bring your laptop, ideas, projects, maps, data, and questions. Collectively, we will try to answer them. Have fun. Do good.

    Caktus Group

    108 Morris St. Suite 2 · Durham, NC

  • 2018 NC Open Pass Weekly Planning
    Video available via the Blue Jeans app or Chrome: https://bluejeans.com/3751843620/ Meeting notes: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pd7Hy5nD1Ru1PTC_PCJFBDco-4sB6PvwcMY1Tmzr6x0 Planning tools: https://waffle.io/ncopenpass/NCOpenPass

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  • 2018 NC Open Pass Weekly Planning
    Video available via the Blue Jeans app or Chrome: https://bluejeans.com/3751843620/ Meeting notes: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1pd7Hy5nD1Ru1PTC_PCJFBDco-4sB6PvwcMY1Tmzr6x0 Planning tools: https://waffle.io/ncopenpass/NCOpenPass

    Needs a location

  • Code for Durham: Civic Hacking Session
    Tonight's Agenda: • 5:30-5:45p: Mingle / Chat / Get settled • 5:45-6p: Welcome / Group introductions • 6-6:15p: Guest Speaker + Q&A • 6:15-6:30p: Announcements / Project updates • 6:30-8p: Break into groups & work on projects - If you're new to Code for Durham, see Dane for a brief orientation. • 8-8:30p: Share project progress with group For first timers trying to get the most out of the night, you should bring your laptop, explore www.codefordurham.com (http://www.codefordurham.com/) (& register) to get familiar with local resources and where you might want to plug in. You could also watch Civic Hacking 101 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wH6LnW_qjeI), explore the U.S. Digital Services playbook (https://t.yesware.com/tl/fae269bee19aeb8e251ae5d887b063a941581f3a/22c9eab162496947b4067f64310ba4f7/61105d4a10f10042bff97b21011655e8?ytl=http%3A%2F%2Fplaybook.cio.gov%2F) for the basic principles we try to apply to every project, or get inspired by some of the Code for America 2015 Summit videos (https://www.youtube.com/user/CodeforAmerica/playlists) sessions with amazing speakers *Attendance implies consent to our Code of Conduct (https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct). Highlights / Announcements • Want to be a civic hacking leader? We are growing and need 3 core team members as well as project leads to step up! Core team Roles include Storyteller, Event Organizer and Delivery Leads. More descriptions here (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oEB1CuzCHldxP_bzcvmcrmK0yAE1BzV2AGhtwtYKZVY/edit?usp=drive_web). message adam martin or colin copeland if interested. Core team members are expected to give about 10-15 hrs per month (inc. meetups), and get direct access to the Code for America network (slack channel) and an invitation to the annual CfA Summit in San Francisco! MOST Active Projects: Full Project List here (http://cfd-live.poplar.phl.io/projects) • School Navigator (https://github.com/codefordurham/school-inspector) (Project Lead: Jeremy Freeman, Colin C.)- Help parents or soon-to-be parents/residents navigate the Durham public school system. • Affordable Housing (http://codefordurham.com/projects/affordable_housing-being_scoped): (Project Lead - Ron Stebleton) A (https://docs.google.com/document/d/198eEMJeQDqWdZemPn_uEWoyigNR-IAyzK0DWsB1Nyew/edit#heading=h.8217xmyyv38u)ggregating housing data for Durham area, inspired by SFdatahousinghub (http://housing.datasf.org/data-browser/) & Join this interest group (https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/cfnc_housing) Emerging projects • Code for Durham Website Customizations (http://cfd-live.poplar.phl.io/) (Project Lead - you?)- Updating our landing website to help us tell our story better and improve the onboarding process for new members, and align with Code for Raleigh & Code for Carry with new projects. Calling on php, css and designers to work on the emergence platform! What is a hacknight? This is a weekly project night for technologists, designers, developers, data scientists, map makers, and activists who are working on "civic technology" projects. Consider this to be a study hall or office hours to improve the city. This night is for those who want to: * get work done on civic projects * start a new project, or find one to join * get feedback from technical, government, or community experts * learn about tools for local empowerment, open data, smart and open government Bring your laptop, ideas, projects, maps, data, and questions. Collectively, we will try to answer them. Have fun. Do good.

    Caktus Group

    108 Morris St. Suite 2 · Durham, NC