Calling all developers, geeks, designers, and hackers!
RHoK is an event and competition combining technology with disaster relief, social development, climate change, and human rights to create immediately applicable solutions to real world problems. Drawing on the talents and initiative of the brightest hackers and problem-solvers from around the world, here’s a chance to volunteer your time and hack for humanity.
Show up at 9am on Saturday, June 4th with a team of 2-4 hackers (or just show up and join a team there!). Pick one of the dozens of available social impact problem definitions - or come up with your own - and see what you can make by Sunday afternoon. The best projects will be featured across the globe.
This event is FREE and open to the public. We will provide food, Internet, power, and logistics. Just bring your laptop!
Keynote Speaker: Roger Dingledine of the Tor Project (torproject.org)
Full event flier: https://psal.cs.drexel.edu/RHoK_Philadelphia.pdf
More info: www.rhok.org
Presented by Technically Philly
Date: June 3rd, 2011, 6pm-8pm
Location: Indy Hall, 20 N. 3rd Street, Suite 201.
Free! Come and meet folks involved with RHoK Philadelphia! There will be free beer and wine, good conversation, and some brief talks about RHoK from the organizers and other special guests.
Presented by Drexel University
Date: June 4th and 5th, 2011
Location: University Crossing Building (1st Floor), 3175 JFK Blvd, Philadelphia, PA
What to bring: your laptop. We provide, food, Internet, and other essentials.
Mike Brennan (email@example.com)
Drexel University, Technically Philly, Drexel Women in Computing Society, Drexel Math and Computer Science Society, Grindcore House and Tropo.
University Crossings / Drexel University
3175 JFK Blvd
Random Hacks of Kindness is a community of innovation focused on developing practical open source technology solutions to disaster risk management and climate change challenges.