There were so many wonderful sessions at Transparency Camp this year that I wish I could have been in multiple places at once. Unfortunately, tough decisions had to be made and we all may have missed something we wanted to chat about. So in the spirit of sharing ideas and promoting conversation, here are my presentation notes on:
How can municipal spending data be made interactive and uniquely relevant to users, so that it engages them to continuously monitor and use it to improve their communities?
I hope others will post their notes and slides so we can go back and see some of the things we might have missed in person. Sunlight Foundation also posted session notes here
if you would like to take a look.
Matthew Hall, Research Intern at OpenPlans @hallm13 Collaborative Study Lab
James McKinney, Executive Director at OpenNorth @mckinneyjames
*Disclaimer* These are the outline notes from a presentation and are therefore missing some explanation without the context of participating in the conversation. I’m posting these notes for those who could not attend but may still be interested in the topic.