City SDK Project
Welcome to the Code for Tucson battalion's repo for the City SDK Project, created for the National Day of Civic Hacking (NDOCH).
This project was launched in response to the City SDK Challenge from Code for America's Hack For Change initiative. Our goal is to develop an open source web application to allow for local leaders, agencies, and citizens to cross examine data from federal, state, county, and city sources with ease. For example, comparing the locations of farmer's markets with average household income, in order to illustrate potential food deserts in the Tucson metro area.
Our next steps include:
- Define a concise set of user stories for our scope
- Further integrate our implementation of the City SDK into a native backend
- Explore additional local datasets to include in our offering
- Publish a public beta of our webapp
This project is led by Andrew Slattery (@aslattery), with previous leadership by Corey Bishop (@bishoco).
We are utilizing the MIT License for this project. For details, see the LICENSE file.