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Geeks without Bounds Hack-a-thon

Our friends over at Geeks without Bounds are holding a weekend hack-a-thon. There are great prizes up for grabs. Plus, you can contribute to great open source projects like Ushahidi, Crowdmap and Sahana. Geeks without Bounds is running a hack-a-thon on October 9/10, 2010. I met up with Geeks without Bounds‘ Johnny Diggz at the […]

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Dispatch – ICCM10 – Training Session

A room full of inspiring CrisisMappers converged for training for the International Conference of CrisisMappers. Volunteer technical communities, graduate students, organizations, and fans joined to share and learn more about Sahana, OpenStreetMap, Ushahidi/Crowdmap, Swift River, and Frontline SMS. Each speaker provided an overview of their communities and demonstration of the tools. David Bitner, Sahana, said […]

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pakreport.org needs your help!

Defense expert George Chamales is attending Crisis Camp Silicon Valley and needs your help with the pakreport.org flood mapping project. Check out dev.pakreport.org/wiki to get started!

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