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Civic Commons OKCon 2011 talk


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Civic Commons OKCon 2011 talk

  1. 1. Sharing technology for the public goodPhilip Ashlock | | OKCon July 2011
  2. 2. We help build platforms & communities to facilitatecollaborative software development & technologyreuse in the civic sector.
  3. 3. Who?Team BoardCivic Commons Code for America • Andrew Hoppin, former CIO, New York State Senate • Andrew Rasiej, Founder and CEO, Personal Democracy Forum • Beth Noveck, former US Deputy CTO; Professor, NYU Law School • Brian Behlendorf, Director, CollabNet and CTO, World Economic Forum • Bryan Sivak, Chief Innovation Officer, State of Maryland • Carolyn Lawson, Director, eServices for the State of California • Chris Holmes, Founder and President, OpenGeo • Chris Vein, Deputy US CTO for Government Innovation; former CIO, City of San Francisco • • Text Clay Johnson, Founder and CEO, Big Window Labs David Eaves, Adjunct Professor, Centre for Digital Media • Deborah Bryant, Public Sector Communities Manager, Oregon State University Open Source Lab • Dustin Haisler, former CIO, City of Manor • Gunnar Hellekson, Co-Chair, Open Source for America and CTO, Red Hat US Public Sector • Jascha Franklin-Hodge, CTO and founding partner, Blue State Digital • Jennifer Pahlka, Founder and Executive Director, Code for America • Peter Corbett, CEO, iStrategyLabs • Ross Mayfield, VP, SlideShare; Chairman and Co-founder, Socialtext • Stacy Donohue, Government Transparency Investments Director, Omidyar Network • Tim O’Reilly, Founder and CEO, O’Reilly Media • Tom Steinberg, Founder and CEO, MySociety • Vint Cerf, VP and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google
  4. 4. www.OpenPlans.orgOpenPlans supports a more informed, participatory, and livable society byengaging communities through journalism and open source software.
  5. 5. Find opportunities for collaboration,match needs and toolsResearch & communicate best practicesBuild the legal and policy frameworkto institutionalize collaborationApply the extra effort to spark &sustain collaboration
  6. 6. Needs Tools SupportTowards an open marketplace
  7. 7. Catalog. Full catalog coming in the fall
  8. 8. Research & Best Practices
  9. 9. Support CitiesOrganizations Technologies Information Resources Communities & Ecosystems
  10. 10. Support CitiesOrganizations Technologies Information Resources Sustainable!
  11. 11. Precedents
  12. 12. ?
  13. 13. Open311A standard for real-world collaborative issue-tracking.
  14. 14. 911 for Emergency Action311 for Emergent Action
  15. 15. Reinventing the WheelDoes every city need itsown app?Boston NYC Portland Pittsburgh
  16. 16. API Distributed innovationAPI API
  17. 17. A standard for collaborative geospatial issue-tracking.
  18. 18. Vancouver Seattle Edmonton Portland Toronto BostonSan Francisco Chicago Philadelphia New York City Baltimore Washington D.C. Miami
  19. 19. Open311 Open
  20. 20. San Franciscos Enterprise Addressing System (EAS)
  21. 21. IT Dashboard
  22. 22. Federal Register / Neighborhood Register
  23. 23. Weave
  24. 24. San Ramon “Save a Life” app
  25. 25. The Civic Network?
  26. 26. Have a Project to Open? Mailing List Involved Wiki Twitter & @civcoms
  27. 27. CivicCommons.orgPhilip Ashlock