Please join us on June 1 to be part of this nationwide event - The National Day of Civic Hacking! Tulsa is one of at least 80 cities nationwide that will be putting some creative, tech-savvy, civic-minded, and/or curious people together for the day to use their skills for the good of the local community. This event is sponsored by Random Hacks of Kindness, Anspire, the George Kaiser Family Foundation, Guthrie Green, Chimera, The National Day of Civic Hacking, the Tulsa Library Trust, the TCCL Staff Association, Code for America, and the Tulsa City-County Library.
TulsaWiki Editathon (10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.)
Come join developers, writers, designers, data geeks, leaders, idea-makers and other Tulsa citizens and kick start your TulsaWiki! Whether you're a Tulsa County native or brand new to the area, you can collaborate with and learn from your neighbors on the TulsaWiki. All are welcome! Anyone can add to it, anytime—just visit www.tulsawiki.org.
Join us for the National Day of Civic Hacking for our first ever TulsaWiki edit party! We’ll offer Wiki 101, food for our contributors, and a big sense of community. Pitch in for part or all of the day. Kickoff is at 10am, wrap-up and prizes at 3:30pm.
Code for Tulsa Brigade Meetup (Noon-1:30pm)
Code for Tulsa(codefortulsa.org) will host an open meetup for everyone interested in Civic Apps and Open Data. We will discuss challenges and opportunities to help Tulsa government work better by leveraging the talent and best practices in our tech community. More information will be continually posted at http://codefortulsa.org/.
Tulsa RHoKs (partner event at the Guthrie Green)
A pre-selected Random Hacks of Kindness Hackathon team will meet at the Guthrie Green (sponsored by the George Kaiser Family Foundation), using their technical skills to create something great for the Brady District. As details develop, you’ll find more information here: http://www.tulsawiki.org/ndoch.