Tag Archives: CityCamp

Open source all the cities – Indiegogo crowdfunding launch

My book, The foundation for an open source city, is in the final stages of completion. I’m very excited. I know many of you have been eager to read the book and get your hands on a copy. And lucky for … Continue reading

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Writing a book about Raleigh being an open source city

It’s about time to come out of hibernation mode and come out swinging for 2013. I’ve been quiet the last two weeks. Red Hat had their annual holiday shut down from December 24 to January 1 and I decided to … Continue reading

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CityCamp Colorado Keynote with Stephanie O’Malley

The second CityCamp Colorado started off with two speakers from the City of Denver setting the stage for the day’s theme: enhancing access to government. Held at the Jefferson County Administration and Courts Facility on October 28, 2011, more than … Continue reading

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Creating a citizen movement for open government

How do you get techies, govies, and citizens to identify, collaborate, and start creating solutions for your local government? Host a CityCamp. It’s easier than you think. The first CityCamp Raleigh started as a conversation about citizen engagement, but we … Continue reading

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