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Problem Def.: Unnecessary Water use during storms contributes to sewer overflows and basement back-ups (MKE)

 

Problem Definitions

Random Hacks of Kindness / H2Oscore Hackathon, December 3-4, 2011.

Expert Sponsor = the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District

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Problem Def.: Polluted Stormwater runoff (MKE)

 

Problem Definitions

Random Hacks of Kindness / H2Oscore Hackathon, December 3-4, 2011.

Expert Sponsor = the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District

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Problem Def.: Live water quality tracking (MKE)

 

Problem Definitions

Random Hacks of Kindness / H2Oscore Hackathon, December 3-4, 2011.

Expert Sponsor = the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District

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Problem Def.: Build Community Knowledge and Ownership of local Waterway Restoration Projects

 

Connect Citizens to Updates of River / Wetland Restoration Projects

 

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Problem Def.: Bicycle Commute Mapping

 

Bicycle Commute Mapping for Improved Transportation Planning and to Encourage more / safer Bicycle Commuting.

 

  • Develop an easy way for everyday bicycle commuters to log their commutes (either by logging onto a website similar to mapmyride.com or having it automatically logged through a smart phone app.) such that the aggregate data of their commutes are displayed on a map (perhaps a google map).

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out for a few days...

got hit by a car last night and broke me left radial. will be offline for a few days because painkillers and typing don't mix. glad to have such a great crew that i knowthings will keep moving forward and you all will make great choices.

 

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Your Disaster/Crisis/Revolution just got Pwned got accepted to 28c3!

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Software is becoming more and more important in organizing response to all kinds of crises, whether that means activists responding to an unjust government or aid workers helping with the aftermath of a disaster.  Security often isn't the first thing people think about in these situations -- they have work to get done, just like the rest of us, and many of these tools are built in the heat of the moment.  In a crisis, a lack of security can make a small disaster into a big one.

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Journey to the End of the Night as Test Platform

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Erin, this sort of thing goes into a blog as it's for discussion. When it becomes executable, it moves to a project with different cases for different parts of it. When done, or documents produced for the event, go into Notebook.

 

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