This is the github repository for our digital programs
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Rules, Code of Conduct, Etc
Diversity, Inclusion, and Code of Conduct:
Code for Milwaukee aims for its events to be inclusive Safe Spaces and has a zero-tolerance policy for harassment or discrimination. By attending, you agree to Code for America's Code of Conduct, located at https://github.com/codeforamerica/codeofconduct
Campaigning and Solicitation
Unless explicitly allowed by Code for Milwaukee, solicitation of attendees is not permitted. This includes but is not limited to recruitment, printed materials, signage, and signature collection. Any violations should be reported and will be dealt with according to the Code of Conduct.
- No campaigning is allowed at CfM events. We are a non-partisan organization; please do not distribute flyers or other campaign materials.
- We do not allow most forms of recruiting on the behalf of for-profit organizations at our events, with the possible exceptions in the cases where the event is sponsored by, hosted by, or features a presentation from a for-profit organization. We are a non-profit organization focused on improving Milwaukee's public services via open source technologies, so we ask that no recruiting is done during CfM events.
- If you have any questions about the above, please contact CfM. If in doubt of whether your actions may not be permissible, please refrain from those actions, or please get pre-approval from the CfM Core Team.
- If you have concerns about an attendee who you think may be running afoul of these rules, please bring this to the attention of the CfM Core Team members.
I understand that Code for Milwaukee would like to document my participation through the use of photographs, video, and other media (collectively, the “Documentation”). Such Documentation may capture images of my participation and my project. This permission for release, without compensation or prior notice, would allow Code for Milwaukee to use such Documentation for educational and marketing purposes. I hereby freely and voluntarily consent to the use and publication of my name, participation, picture, and/or likeness by Code for Milwaukee for this event, including through the distribution, display, transmitting, marketing or publication of such Documentation. Code for Milwaukee may use any medium as technology may now or in the future allow, including, but not limited to, videotape, audiotape, pod casting, web casting, film, photograph, television, digital, internet, theater, or exhibition. I further waive any claims against Code for Milwaukee based upon or related to its use or publication of my likeness, voice, participation, and/or picture. I freely give this authorization without expectation of compensation. If I see a published photograph of my likeness that I would like removed, I can email firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Digital programs
- 2020_09_17 September, featuring MKE Black
- 2020_08_20 August, featuring The Way Out
- 2020_07_16 July, featuring Paul Rinaldi
- 2020_06_18 June, featuring AE Shapera, Manager for the Unified Call Center at the City of Milwaukee
- 2020_05_21 May, featuring Abhi Nemani, gov-tech consultant, former CIO of Sacramento, and former CDO of Los Angeles.
- 2020_04_16 April, featuring John D. Johnson, Marquette University Law Poll
- 2020_03_19 March, featuring Isral DeBruin, City Forward Collective
- 2020_02_20 February February, featuring Rebecca Nielsen from Sprout City Tech
- 2020_01_16 January January, featuring Cameron Overton and Rebecca Foley of the Milwaukee County Alternative Drug Courts
- 2019_12_19 December, featuring Matt Koster of Caravela and Stack 41 speaking on Smart City Networks
- 2019_11_21 November, featuring Mitchell Henke of Rokkincat speaking on improving Milwaukee Bus Transit
- 2019_10_17 October, featuring the Sharon Robinson, Director of the City of Milwaukee Office of Administration, and Valeria Cerda, Data/Field Manager for Wisconsin Voices, speaking on the Greater Milwaukee County Complete Count Committee
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