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CrisisCamp Weekend Wrap Report

A quick summary of the CrisisCamp activities for the weekend of August 21 – 22, 2010: Community conference call On Saturday, August 21, 2010, our Community held a conference call to talk about pkfloods, infrastructure planning and community support activities. We fine-tuned our virtual volunteer sign-up process, organized new CrisisCamp city mentorships, and received reports […]

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CrisisCamp Chile at the World Bank

18 people have come to work on projects for CrisisCamp Chile DC at the World Bank. There are also CrisisCamps occuring in Orlando, Stanford, and Bogata, Columbia. In coordination with the Digitales for Chile, a group of technology volunteers in chile, we are working on Ushahidi and Google Person Finder for Chile. Other people are […]

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Afternoon Checkpoint at CrisisCamp DC: Bootstrapping and Tackling

As has been the case at each of these events, the rooms of volunteers are rich with quiet, intense conversation punctuated by the tapping of keys and familiar pulse of Tweetdeck notifications. Ushahidi in Chile and populating the People Finder After hours of work, each of the project managers at Crisis Camp DC reported on […]

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11 AM conference call for Crisis Camps around the country

Later in the morning, after the kickoff for Crisis Camp DC, volunteers gathered for a conference call to connect efforts across North America and beyond. The World Bank’s Joaquim Toro offered a briefing on Chile, which experienced a serious earthquake in the early hours of the morning. “This is basically the opposite of what we saw […]

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