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Tech For Justice Hackathon Home Page

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Click on the issues tab to suggest and discuss new project ideas.

How To Propose or Discuss Project Ideas

GitHub Issues work just like any other commenting system on the Internet. First, you'll need to create an account. Then you have two options: (1) comment on an existing idea (a.k.a. "issue"), or (2) create a new idea.

If you see an idea that you're interested in, click on it, read the discussion, and then add your thoughts to the bottom of the discussion thread. If you don't see the idea you have in mind, add a new one. Then, someone from Tech For Justice will respond, likely with some questions or feedback.

GitHub is the platform we're using to collect ideas, vet ideas, and convert those ideas into active projects. Once a project becomes active, a new repository on GitHub will be created where all subsequent conversations about that project will live. We'll continue to use the Issues feature to flag obstacles, opportunities, and answer questions about that specific project.

Our template is inspired by Sketch City which was inspired by Open Austin.