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Dataset on weekly breakout groups at Civic Tech Toronto hack night.
Mapping the capacity and current occupancy of City of Toronto emergency shelters.
A custom hubot chat bot for Civic Tech Toronto.
Helper scripts for CivicTechTO organizing tasks
A scraper to grab and publish TTC subway arrival times.
Proof-of-concept for a Hacknight dashboard (backed by Trello)
front end for the deployment version
Easily download attendance CSV for the next Meetup event
Experimental effort to get our Wordpress website code on GitHub
A toolkit for sharing new and existing resources to help our community
A resource for sharing tools and processes for working openly.
A placeholder for a simple pay-what-you-can calculator -- income-based, etc.
Jekyll-based website for CodeAcross.ca, hosted on GitHub Pages.
A set of guidelines for community and 3rd party data sharing relationships.
A slackbot to send a greeting message to a user who joins a channel
A slack bot to help with FOMO.
A textual analytics bot for the Slack Communication App
Scripts for aggregating public CivicTechTO member stats
A placeholder for the civictech.ca website while official website is broken.
A scraper written for my reseach project on civic hacking.
An experimental project page demo backed by a Trello board.
A sample project to share best-practices for Civic Tech projects.
Experimental port of civictech.ca to use the Jekyll static site generator
CivicTechTO fork of Slackin, a small app for public Slack invites.
An example application showcasing the QOR SDK
Bridging #channels between different Slack teams.
Purpose: To automate updates to the Channels List Airtable document with info pulled from Slack's API
This small app allows for extracting data from public event webpages.