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Unfiled. Edited by Cristos Lianides-Chin 293 days ago
Cristos L
  • Tabula is a tool for liberating data tables trapped inside PDF files.
294 days ago
Unfiled. Edited by Tim Herbert 294 days ago
Currently have a basic RSS reader app with a responsive design that looks fairly good in the browser. Have a small MapQuest view on a tab on its own. Have the calendar RSS feed being processed and parsed into sub-fields that include date/time and location. I have a very basic geocoding process going (using Geocodio as Tim suggested), but the locations from the data feed are often very generic, local names for things, so I'll have to come up with a way of pre-processing them to more specific addresses. Probably a long shot, but I'm wondering if Alexandria would be receptive to including the full address in its news alerts. Of all the city council members I've heard speak, Justin Wilson seems the most tech-savvy. I could possibly see him willing to consider standardizing the address info of Alexandria news items.
So this is about what it looks like on a smartphone right now. This is just a scaffolding proof-of-concept sort of thing for now. I'll eventually be processing this text in a similar way to how email servers process email to categorize it as spam or not spam. Of course, the updates aren't "spam", but "interesting" vs. "uninteresting" works in exactly the same way. Looks like a great start; looking forward to seeing it. 
297 days ago
Unfiled. Edited by Andrew Pasquale 297 days ago
There's a repository in the Hack for Western Mass Github group with some worldwide hunger information and other indicators: https://github.com/hackforwesternmass/hunger-story. The Python code isn't critical for the viz--it's just there to stash the source files and for transparency into the data munge process.
Andrew P
  • Website
The story of hunger is online here!
297 days ago
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Unfiled. Edited by John Broglio 297 days ago
John B
  • Updates 6/8/14 1 am EDST
I added addresses and coordinates to the sculptures in the spreadsheet, cleaned up the empty columns and used a node script to turn it into JSON (saved as csv with quotes, then read it in and wrote it out as JSON, making sure the coordinates got into an array).. 
The new JSON data is in the file public/landmarks2.json.
For convenience I used property names closer to what the spreadsheet had.
  • 'landmark_type', 
  • 'title', 
  • 'artist', 
  • 'image_url', 
  • 'image_credit', 
  • 'description',
  • 'offsite_url',
  • 'address', 
  • 'coordinates',
  • 'photo' ,
  • 'photo_credit'
There may be some confusion between the image_url and the photo. It may be that there is no 'photo' property and the 'photo_credit' column data should be moved to the 'image_credit' column.
297 days ago
Unfiled. Edited by Mike Ippolito , Greg Perham 297 days ago
Mike I Next event date
January 17 & 19, 2015
Jesse E Bag the Community Facebook Page:
  • WordPress sandbox
Feel free to install plugins
Mike I (I've installed the CiviCrm on the production server, bagthecommunity.org)
Greg P
  • CiviCRM
Mike I Hey team, I got civicrm working! I'm able to add roles, shifts, and numbers needed.  Users can register, sign up for a shift or choose to be assigned by the organizers. Tomorrow's goal.... put a bow on this pig :) 
If anyone has the time tonight to read up on templates and css profiles - you can learn here how to start to set them up and what we can/cannot change. 
Greg P I'm seeing a problem with the way Civi outputs its content in WP pages. It uses shortcodes, which should be great, but the presence of a Civi shortcode replaces all content (`the_content()`) with Civi's output. This may not matter to us ultimately, but it's one way Civi doesn't play nicely with WP.

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