Some of the activities:
- Help us with play testing and learn more about CopQuest (https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1152125628/copquest-police-brutality-simulator)- a game about police brutality in America.
- Bern Advisory (http://bernadvisory.org/): A project to explain caucuses to voters in Washington and in other states. It's an interesting intersection of technology and government data and mobilizing voters.
- Work on civic technology projects with Open Seattle (http://openseattle.org/).
- Join Hey Duwamish! (http://heyduwamish.org/), a community of residents and stakeholders who are monitoring the cleanup of toxic waste in Seattle's Duwamish River.
- Popup Arcade (http://popuparcade.org/), building arcade machines that will be placed all over Seattle.
Like the name suggests, this event is open to a lot of different activities, but our focus is on learning about & creating technology projects.
Interested in attending and having your organization or project included in the list? Let us know in the comments!
What to bring:
You'll probably want a laptop & anything else that's required for your project. If you have special needs for your project please let us know.
You can think of this event like a more open, monthly version of the weekly civic hacking nights we held previously.
The friendly folks at Galvanize ask that for check-in purposes we RSVP at the following eventbrite link:
RSVP here via Eventbrite to check in faster at the lobby: