Reclaim the Streets often stage non-violent direct act street reclaiming events such as the ‘invasion’ of a major road, highway or freeway to stage a party. While this may obstruct the regular users of these spaces such as car drivers and public bus riders, the philosophy of RTS is that . . . Read more
National Day of Civic Hacking is a national event taking place in cities across the US. The event brings together citizens, software developers, and entrepreneurs from all over the nation to collaboratively create, build, and invent new solutions using publicly-released data, code and technology to solve challenges relevant to our . . . Read more
Museomix is an event inspired by the hackathon and applied to museum. Groups of individuals from different background gather in a museum, organize themselves as teams and work intensely for for 3 days in order to build prototypes of interactive and innovative exhibitions.
A Hackathon for education, bringing in educators and leaders in the education space and building connections between the education sector and the heart of the tech sector with partners such as Code for America. Participants – including developers, data analysts, designers and education partners – will form teams and hack . . . Read more
Open source framework to organize Hackathons
Green Hackathon is a series of coding events with a sustainability purpose
The Easterhegg (also Easter(H)egg or EH) is an annual hacker event, called into life by the German Chaos Computer Club. Since 2001 the Easterhegg takes place during the Easter celebrations. Easterhegg is more workshop oriented than the other CCC events. Most participants are from German-speaking countries, with others from the . . . Read more