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Re: [movement-81] New Meetup: BigAppsDevCamp #2

From: Michael S.
Sent on: Wednesday, August 19, 2009 12:46 PM
sorry I cannot make it - I am interesting in the program






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On Aug 19, 2009, at 12:12 PM, noel hidalgo wrote:

> Announcing a new Meetup for Open Government NYC!
>
> What: BigAppsDevCamp #2
>
> When: August 22,[masked]:00 PM
>
> Where:
> The Change You Want to See
> 84 Havemeyer st
> Williamsburg, NY 11211
>
> BigAppsDevCamp
>
> * Does your next app need municipal data?
> * Do have a mobile app that will change the way New Yorkers navigate  
> though the city?
> * Do you want to become a vendor for NYC?
> * Are you ready to help NYC join the 21st Century?
>
> If you answer is yes to any one of those questions, you MUST attend  
> BigAppsDevCamp.
>
> Believe it or not, New York City is in the process of opening a  
> bunch of data set so we can develop Web apps, iPhone/Android/Mobil­e  
> apps, and other amazing things! BUT before they open any data, we  
> have to respond to an "RFEI"--in other words, tell them what and how  
> we are going to use their data. The deadline is September 1, just a  
> week and a half away!
>
> This Saturday (8/22), members of the OpenGov NYC meetup < http://bk.ly/mU­ 
>  > will be hosting a workshop to help you navigate this complex  
> process. Come this Saturday to plug into the following...
>
> * Why the city is RFPI'ing this process and how to format your  
> proposal.
> * How you can make money by coordinating future Big Apps campaigns.
> * Brainstorm ideas for apps with other developers and city dwellers.
> * How your app can change the city.
>
> If you can't attend this and still want to participate, add your  
> idea to Apps for Democracy's NYC BIG APPS Ideas board < http://bk.ly/mP­ 
>  > or help us promote via twitter and the #BigApps hashtag. A raw  
> data dump of the NYC Big Apps Ideas content can be downloaded here.  
> < http://barcamp.or...­ >
>
>
> Saturday, 22 Aug from Noon to 5 pm.
>
> The Change You Want to See, 84 Havemeyer St, Brooklyn, RSVP here or  
> at < http://barcamp.or...­ >.
>
> If you have any questions, please reach out to one of the two  
> organizers.
>
> * Noel Hidalgo - [address removed] - cell [masked]
> * Matthew Burton - [address removed] - cell [masked]
>
> Learn more here:
> http://www.meetup...­
>
>
>
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