Tag: citycamp

Tag: citycamp

CityCamp Colorado 2011 Update
October 3, 2011 Blog Ron Pringle

We are less than a month away from the 2nd CityCamp Colorado and we have a few exciting updates to share about the camp: 1. Stephanie O’Malley, Deputy Chief of Staff to Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, and Tom Downey, Director of Excise and Licensing for the City and County of Denver will be speaking at
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CityCamp Colorado Theme – Enhancing Government Access
September 11, 2011 CityCamp Ron Pringle

The theme of this year’s CityCamp Colorado is “Enhancing Access to Government.” However, CityCamp is the participants’ conference to plan. You pick the actual topics and issues to discuss. We want to hear your ideas, so we set up a UserVoice forum to submit topics and items to be discussed. We chose access to government
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Local Open Government Directive: Building Transparency, Participation, and Collaboration
January 25, 2011 Blog,CityCamp Ron Pringle

Just one year ago today, Kevin Curry started the CityCamp movement to bring together local government officials, government employees, private sector technology experts, journalists, and citizens to share perspectives and insights about the cities in which they live and to develop practices for making their city governments more transparent, participatory, collaborative, and accountable. In December
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Photos from CityCamp Colorado 2010
December 4, 2010 CityCamp Ron Pringle

It was a great day with all our expectations Far exceed. Take a look at the photos, and I think you’ll agree. Full recap to come in the near future when we’ve had time to recover and let it all sink in. Thanks to all our out-of-town friends, Colorado agencies, and sponsors who made this
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Ignite CityCamp Colorado 2010 Agenda
December 3, 2010 CityCamp Ron Pringle

So, the topics have been selected for our Ignite CityCamp Colorado. If you have any last minute suggestions, we could fit in 1-2 more presenters. So, here they are (in no particular order): “Bridging the Digital Gap” Sean Hudson “The Full E-Government Stack in 5 Minutes” Brett Husbands “Net Neutrality” Andrew Senseney “Seeking Customer Feedback
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Suggest Session Topics
November 30, 2010 CityCamp Ron Pringle

In traditional BarCamp (unconference) style, you have control over the session topics. What do you want to discuss? You don’t have to “own” any topics you suggest. We are just looking to gather ideas of what people are interested in discussing. Have a passion or a project you want to share? Have some questions about
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How an Army of Techies Is Taking on City Hall
November 30, 2010 Blog,CityCamp Ron Pringle

That’s the title of an article in this month’s Fast Company magazine. The timely article gives a brief overview of the Gov2.0 movement and talks with several CityCamp Colorado sponsors and attendees like – Code for America, SeeClickFix, and the Sunlight Foundation. If you haven’t seen the article yet, pick up a copy of Fast
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Ignite call for entries
November 29, 2010 CityCamp Ron Pringle

If you’ve seen the tentative agenda, you’ll see that we are planning a short Ignite-style event from 9:30-10:30am. So, what is that you ask? Presenting on a subject of their choice, speakers have exactly 5 minutes to teach something, enlighten us, or simply inspire — backed by 20 slides auto-advancing every 15 seconds. Quick, fun,
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CityCamp Colorado 2010 Agenda
November 24, 2010 CityCamp Ron Pringle

Friday, December 3, 2010 The Hornet, 76 Broadway, Denver, CO 5:30-7:30pm Happy Hour – RSVP Saturday, December 4, 2010 Strategy Loft, 209 Kalamath, Suite 10, Denver, CO 8:00-9:00am Coffee, Registration, and Session Ideation – Register Online 9:00-9:15am Welcome – Sean Hudson and Kevin Curry (CityCamp Founder) 9:15-9:30am Introductions 9:30-10:30am CityCamp Colorado Ignite – “What is
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So what is an “unconference” anyway?
November 24, 2010 CityCamp Ron Pringle

If you ask Wikipedia, they’ll say an “unconference is a facilitated, participant-driven conference centered on a theme or purpose. The term “unconference” has been applied, or self-applied, to a wide range of gatherings that try to avoid one or more aspects of a conventional conference, such as high fees and sponsored presentations.” Here are a
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