Posts Tagged ‘Movements’
Posted in Movements by johngeraci on November 20th, 2008
DIYcity is a newly-launched site that invites users to collaboratively figure out ways to make their cities more efficient, effective and livable with the use of web technologies.
The site is attracting urban planners, web programmers, city agency employees and more, all of whom collectively discuss issues confronting the cities they live in and devise ways to address them with open technologies common to the web.
DIYcity has local groups sprouting up in New York City, Portland, Oregon, Sao Paulo Brazil, Copenhagen, and many more. The organization plans to host meetups simultaneously in many of these cities in December, to build and launch free web applications for use by residents.
Please check out the site and get involved. Everyone interested is welcome to join and participate in the conversation getting under way there.