The Open Data Day experience was awesome. I am soooo grateful to the inspirational Herb Lainchbury (Open Data Summit & Open Data Day organizer) and Victoria Councilor Marianne Alto for including our Webmaker group in Victoria’s Open Data Day Hackathon. Also to fellow mentors Scott Leslie and Loren Mullane for volunteering their time and energy
I’m participating in MIT Media Lab’s experimental MOOC: Learn Creative Learning which is an exciting opportunity for more reasons than I can list ‘ . Opportunity to ‘Learn by making’ changed my life; it’s why I find Webmaker and the Maker movement so beautiful and worth championing. For whatever reason this week – I experienced
I’m writing this post to start a conversation within Mozilla Reps on what running a donation-driven event means, and why it matters as a goal. However, because Mozilla Reps are located all over the world, circumstances around philanthropy differ wildly, and many are unlikely to find this post relevant to their economic systems at all.
International Open Data Day is Saturday February 23rd! Victoria’s event will be held at Victoria City Hall Antechamber Room. Registration for volunteers, serious hackers, and younger Webmakers can all be done through our Eventbrite registration page! Lunch is provided. The full agenda is on the Open Data Day Wiki page, and our group’s portion will
Victoria Webmaker Announcements: Wiki is UP https://wiki.mozilla.org/Webmaker/Victoria with loads of information on Webmaker and our last Meetup January 28th. ANYONE can register their name and edit this wiki – so please do (ie: add your organization to ‘Particpating Groups, or if you have space available for events add that under ‘available rooms/spaces, fix my edits