San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
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Do you want to help with Sandy response? Come design, code, and learn with other people this weekend at the MIT Media Lab.
This is part of a series of SandyCrisisCamp events this weekend: http://crisiscommons.org/2012/10/30/sandycrisiscamp/.
Connect with #hurricanehackers: http://bit.ly/hh-index | http://irc.lc/freenode/hurricanehackers
- Make sure your programs are up to date.
- Learn how github works.
- Learn about potential projects at http://www.hurricanehackers.com/projects
- Check more info at hurricanehackers.com
- Check the coordination etherpad http://etherpad.mit.edu/sandycrisiscamp-ML
There will also be talks by local Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) on how technology can be used (and not) in this situations.
This event is free and open to the public. You don't have to be technical to volunteer time. Also, you may show up at anytime during the day for as long as you wish - although obviously we will get the most done with the most people there.
Full list of events can be found at http://crisiscommons.org/2012/10/30/crisiscamp/
Don't see your city listed? If you have a venue lined up, ping email@example.com and we'll get you set up.
CrisisCamp will bring together domain experts, developers, and first responders around improving technology and practice for humanitarian crisis management and disaster relief.
Each and every day, people across the world can find themselves in crisis. Whether it be for a day, a month or an area of social distress, we all have a common need to connect with loved ones, access information and offer assistance to others.
CrisisCamps are hosted in a barcamp style where great minds come together to share their knowledge and expertise for social good.