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Susan Jacobsonsusanjacobson@gmail.com@susanjacobson on CFM slackAs a journalism professor, I would like to record short (20-30 seconds) takes of citizens of South Florida talking about what they did during Hurricane Irma, or how it affected them. I would like to create a dynamic storytelling engine that will sew together clips on a similar theme for playback.Susan JacobsonLet people know ahead of time they can participate!
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Ernie ehsiung@codeforamerica.org @ernie on CFM slack)As a developer, I would like an API that accepts an address (or lat/long pairs) as a parameter and can figure out whether you’re in a particular flood zone or inside a FEMA flood map so that I can build apps easier.FEMA Floodzone shapefileEvacuation zone shape file
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Juliejuliekramer@codeforamerica.org@juliekramer on CFM slackAs a person in midst of a disaster, I would like to be able to make 311 requests through an API so that phone lines don’t get tied up.Miami-Dade 311 Service Requests
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Greg / bloom@openreferral.org@bloom on cfm slack / @greggish on twitterAs a resource directory data maintainer, I would like to compare and combine multiple sources of information about the same human service (i.e. a shelter) so that I can publish the most accurate and complete information possible.Irma API, Miami Open211 API, FEMA API, Red Cross API. Work already done on this: https://github.com/openreferral/blackrock
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Collected during Community Emergency Operations Center MeetingAs a citizen of Miami, I would like to opt in to receive text messages so that I can check in that I am ok. If a receive a text asking if I am ok and I don’t respond, someone should know that I need assistance. 
As a citizen of Miami, I would like to opt in to receive text messages with prompts so that I can reply with my zip code and what I need help with
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Collected during Community Emergency Operations Center MeetingAs a person in midst of a disaster when there is poor cell signal, I would like to let my loved ones know that I am safe, regardless of whether we both have cell signal at the same time and so that I can save battery life on my mobile.
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Susan JacobsonAs a renter of Miami, I would like to understand more of my current situation and locality so that I can stay or go.
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Collected during Code for Miami MeetingAs as citizen of Miami, I would like to understand the affects of Irma but visualizing the data in a human relatable way so that we can better prepare as a community for the next storm. Example: https://houstonrecovers.org/numbers/FEMA Data https://data.femadata.com/NationalDisasters/HurricaneIrma/
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Submitted during VentureCafeAs a pet Owner, I need to know the closest pet-friendly shelter since I will not evacuate with my pet. 
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Submitted during VentureCafeAs a driver, I need to know routes that avoid impassable streets, possibly due to debris, downed trees and/or flooded streets. 
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Submitted during VentureCafeAs a home owner with large trees in my neighborhood, I need to know how to get the trees trimmed in the winter because it is too late to trim trees by the time the path of a hurricane as been forecast. 
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Submitted during VentureCafeAs a Zone “C” resident, I need to know whether or not to evacuate since Zone “C” is large and ambiguous as whether or not to evacuate. 
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Submitted during VentureCafeAs an evacuee, I need to know where I can find gas because Gas Buddy was unreliable; though, I was able to leverage social media such as FaceBook “Word of Mouth” Groups to get accurate local information. 
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Submitted during Code for MiamiAs a volunteer, I need to be able to better connect with gov officials in lead up to a storm to be able to better serve the community
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JulieAs a citizen affected by Irma I would like to better understand the process applying for Disaster Snap Benefits so that I can receive my benefits faster.http://wwwstage8.miamidade.gov/sites/initiatives/hurricane-recovery.pagehttp://www.myflorida.com/accessflorida/
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JulieA citizen looking for shelter I would like to know the  capacity levels of shelters so that I can make an informed decision.
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JulieA service for coordinating ridesharing during emergencies that helps riders find a car and dictate a time to leave.
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Existing open source projects to add/edit
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API URLGithubExplanation
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URLGithubList of shelters in areas affected by Irma
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ExampleGithubChat Bot for Irma Response API
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URLGithubThe Miami Open211 project is developing an open platform for information about health, human, and social services available to people in need. We have multiple front-end prototypes displaying the same data via a standardized API, and are supporting the 2-1-1 hotline provider through open data business development.
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GithubMulti-source shelter information project:“Data Steward”
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(Feel free to add any open source projects you’re aware of.)
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http://gis.broward.org/GISData.htmBroward County Geographic Information Systems data
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