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NYC OpenGov Wiki

There is a growing desire to document NYC's Open Government achievements and share them with the world. This wiki would give the user an introduction to NYC's Open Gov community, history, and assets.

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Update DataNYC.org

Originally, Phil Ashlock wrote DataNYC.org as a foundation for city council testimony. This effort would double down on his work, update his documentation, and make it a universal resource for anyone looking into NYC data.

 

This is a google doc that is starting the discussion < https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HhOW-dpDWeqgp8LOn7tIGZ0e0-TWG9cxWhpUBz1pyOY/edit?usp=sharing >

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Open-source select City-created Civic Apps

The City maintains an extensive portfolio of apps (http://www.nyc.gov/html/digital/html/apps/apps.shtml) and it seeks to enable Government as a Platform. And there is no better way for the City to seed Civic Innovation by showing would-be Civic Hackers how to use the City as a platform by sharing the source code for select civic apps. In this way, the City can crowdsource development and bug reporting of these Civic... more »

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