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London Releases Open Data Catalogue

 

On March 10, 2010 a group of Londoners sat down with a number of representatives from the City of London to discuss technology and community engagement. And now the really cool part … On September 27, 2010 the City of London made the first set of data available at: http://www.london.ca/opendata. The initial sets consist almost [...]

Building Something Together

 

In one week we’re going to try something new. A multi-disciplinary team is going to come together for one day and work together to build something that can be used by thousands of Londoners to make their lives just a little but easier, a little bit greener and hopefully a lot less stinky. Saturday September [...]

London’s First Open Data Hackathon

 

The weekend of September 25th, 2010 we’ll be hosting our first hackathon at unLondon‘s new unLab. We’ll be working out the details over the coming weeks but the idea is to hack together an application to help people find and remember their garbage pickup days. Why garbage? Two other Canadian cities – Ottawa and Vancouver [...]

Geek Dinner – August 4, 2010

 

The first Wednesday of every month social media enthusiasts and other London techies get together for Geek Dinner. This month you can find us at Gigs Grillhouse (420 Talbot Street at Carling). A number of people from the Open Data community will be there as well as organizers of PodCamp London, PhotoCamp London, ChangeCamp London [...]

London is an Open City.

 

Tonight London’s City Council unanimously passed the Open Data Initiative. There were great words of support from many Councilors. Thanks to everyone for all the hard work getting us here. None of this would have been possible without the support of Elaine Gamble and the team at City Hall. Elaine has become incredibly involved in [...]