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Snow Angels #7

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Aycrazy opened this issue Jul 18, 2019 · 1 comment
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Snow Angels #7

Aycrazy opened this issue Jul 18, 2019 · 1 comment

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@Aycrazy Aycrazy commented Jul 18, 2019

About the group

A high level overview of your breakout group. What problem are you trying to solve? Make this simple and jargon-free. Links are good too!

My specific interest is in volunteer snow shoveling of crosswalks to keep our city crosswalks accessible to all (similar to how people adopt sections of highway for litter pick-up)

Group leaders

Names and contact info for the people running this group.

Terry Burant (burantterry@gmail.com; theresa.j.burant@marquette.edu)

Who we're looking for

Describe the kinds of people who would be good for your group. Include the skills, domain knowledge and interests that will help make your project succeed.

Someone who can repurpose ruby on rails, and postgres. Some js is also needed.

Tools

Describe the tools that you are using.

Ruby on rails, postgres, leaflet js, basic js, but perhaps the codebase could be suped up with some modern framework.

Relevant Links

Any relevant links, e.g. a github repo, a demo site

https://github.com/codeformilwaukee/adopt-a-drain

Where we meet

Where in the space do you meet? Flipping Tables? The cafeteria?

Code For Milwaukee slack channel

The CfM Slack is a great place to coordinate between hack nights. We encourage you to set one up and share it here!

As you start your group (whether learning or working) consider the scoping questions in this document

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@Aycrazy Aycrazy commented Mar 17, 2020

Terry after 1st hack night -- Any more outreach?

Yes, I’ve done a little more outreach with this idea since the last Hack Night. I met with Keith Stanley from the Near West Side Partners and he’s all in with providing support for his neighborhood. We figured out how we might target some specific spots in the neighborhood as priorities, how we can get the word out in fall, how to even get some shovels donated. He also connected me to an important person from DPW (I need to contact him).

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