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Subject: Re: Global Hackathon on Dec 4th - good crossover with Apps for Everywhere
From: John Geraci <ger...@gmail.com>
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Name of the person who sent the note to Sunlight is Kimo Crossman.
kimo at webnetic dot net.
May send him a note later on today. Will mention SCF if I do.
On Nov 25, 12:32=A0pm, Ben Berkowitz <b...@seeclickfix.com> wrote:
> I would love to get SeeClickFix involved in this as well.
> Who is running the show?
> On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 8:45 PM, John Geraci <ger...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > Those of you on the Sunlight list just got this message in your inbox
> > about an upcoming Global Hackathon:
> > (quote)
> > +) GWOBorg, Tropo, and Inveneo are joining forces with Random Hacks of
> > Kindness to participate in a global hackathon =97 a marathon hacking
> > event with multiple global locations bringing together developers from
> > all over the world =A0to hack on real-world problems relating to natura=
> > disaster risk and response.
> > (endquote)
> > The hackathon is going to be held simultaneously in San Francisco,
> > Aarhus, Nairobi, Sao Paulo, Chicago, Bangalore, New York, Lusaka,
> > Berlin, Toronto, Bogota, Atlanta, Jakarta, Birmingham and Seattle.
> > This looks great. =A0And the very fact that it is happening right now
> > lends support to the idea of a global apps contest like Apps for
> > Everywhere. =A0It seems like something is in the air for a global effor=
> > aimed at hacking real-world problems/solutions.
> > Definitely something we should look at connecting with - lots of
> > potential for dovetailing between the two.
> > -j.
> Fix up your hood:http://www.seeclickfix.com