Collect all your Quantified Self data + build apps using Locker Project!
Wednesday, July 13, 2011 from 6:00 PM to 11:55 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, CA
Singly and the open source Locker Project are making it possible for you to collect all of the data from across your various devices and services all into one place, your “locker.” There is a framework to build simple connectors to help get data from apps like Runkeeper, devices like gluecose monitors, and whatever your Quantified Self coding heart can dream up and realize.
If you are a developer who wants to help build these data connectors for lifelogging, behavior monitoring, location tracking, digitizing body information, etc, or if you would love to build experiences and visualizations combining all this data, please join us for our first ever hackathon!
We encourage you to install a locker before you arrive so you can start hacking! Installation instructions can be found on Github and will take you about 30 minutes to complete. We are available and happy to help on the freenode channel #lockerproject. And if you would like to install a locker with us at the hackathon, we are happy to help IRL too!
We will be explaining, step-by-step how to build connectors into various services and see/use the data in your locker.
And there will be tacos and beer!