Code for Philly, SustHack 2015 RFP

Apps for Philly Sustainability Request for Potential Statements

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    Successful hackathons are characterized not only by the enthusiastic professionals lending their technical prowess, but also the topical experts who are intimately familiar with the subject matter. Subject matter experts play a key role in shaping projects by contributing their extensive knowledge and experience in the field. That’s why we need your help with “potential statements”. It’s called a “potential statement” because it looks at an issue but isn’t defined by it. Problems might be fixed, but what if we looked beyond the fixable and onto the potential? Rather than treat symptoms, these potential statements lay the groundwork of what is and imagine what can be. You don’t have to be a coder to be a civic hacker. Make Philly the City you want it to be by contributing your ideas and expertise--submit your potential statement in the form below!
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    Interested in doing more?

    Go here to submit a proposal for an unconference session idea/workshop/discussion group: http://goo.gl/forms/HHCKaGTXzP Interested in sponsoring? Awesome! Want to volunteer? Great! Email Dawn McDougall at dawn@codeforphilly.org Unconference/Community Needs Assessment: Friday, 10/16 Hackathon: Saturday and Sunday, 10/17 and 10/18 More details at http://appsforphilly.org/events/sustainability-2015