We're presenting on the RTA Map (https://github.com/opencleveland/RTAHeatMap/), displaying how long it takes to walk to the closest transit stop in Cleveland! - We'll walk through how we made it and create some dialogue on how else we can use open transit data in Cleveland.
A group of us are working to making City of Cleveland's information - like City Council agendas - be available and more accessible to the public, based on conversations at Transparency Camp.
Click here to read about the discussion. (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AAlBrzr5XcK5ijwp6VRc3wAFHhugzOIhU6l01AuNQNM/edit)
If you have an idea of a project that can help improve a local government or have developed a civic app?
If you're a local govt official or employee, share your experiences with data sharing in your workplace and find out how you can share the data that's available to you and promote open data policies there.
So, come join developers, designers, data geeks, civic leaders, organizers, idea-makers, and anyone else who is interested learning about our brigade, civic technology, and open data.
Programming experience is not necessary!
A laptop is encouraged but not required. Open Cleveland is a Code For America Brigade. To learn more about us, visit http://www.opencleveland.org
To learn more about Code For America and Brigades, visit http://www.codeforamerica.org/brigade/about
All Open Cleveland events are under our Code of Conduct (https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Efp-sZpmiuscsTtxeCjkHk5X5JUpF93G1cf0vrvMFxI/edit).
There are RTA stops nearby and parking is available at nearby paid lots or much cheaper meters on East 22nd, Chester, or Payne Avenues (by East 17th and 18th)