Events

Upgrade Day 2.7: May 30 – 31, 2013

We’re hosting the 3rd Community-wide Upgrade Day on the May 30 – 31, 2013, to help those of you running older versions of the platform get upgraded to the latest and most secure version of Ushahidi.

Umati Google Hangout: Monitoring Dangerous Speech

Ushahidi is excited to invite you to join an Umati Research – Monitoring Dangerous Speech Hangout. This is the first in a series of research-focused Google Hangouts.

Nonprofit Technology Conference 2013: Our Reflections and Predictions for the Future

Last week, at the Nonprofit Technology Conference (NTC) in Minneapolis, Forum One attendees were busy making the most of the annual nationwide meet up of technologists and non-profiteers.

Can't-Miss Sessions at the 2013 Nonprofit Technology Conference

Well, here I am, once again, at another Nonprofit Technology Conference. This time, I'm in snowy Minneapolis. I've attended six – seven?...I've lost count – NTC events over the past ten years. Each is a wonderful opportunity to meet fellow innovators who are pusing forward the important missions of nonprofit organizations. It's a fun event.

Community Update: Mapstars from Iraq, Canada & Australia

We’ve been deep in Kenyan deployment planning and owe you many updates from the Community around the world. Weekly Updates will start again next week. We’ve got some great events happening, a few Deployments of the Week and news about Ushahidi 3.0.

Weekly: Hurricane Sandy Mappers, WMS Layers Plugin

Happy Halloween! Hopefully, you’ve had your candy fill for the day. In the weekly report, we’ve got a Hurricane Sandy map update as well as a new code from the community: WMS Layers Plugin.

Weekly: Community Leaders, IDEO hackathon

Community and code – can this week be any better! In the weekly, we are proud to recognize some amazing community leaders, announcing even more new code (who needs sleep?) and, finally, share some upcoming events including an IDEO hackathon.

Inveneo’s 7th Year at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI)

It’s Inveneo’s 7th year at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) and it is our most important year ever. The mission of CGI is to turn ideas into action. They do this by asking each member to make a commitment and to work with other CGI members and many additional outside groups and organizations to make it happen.

Weekly: Events, Velobstacles, Translate Swahili, Bosnian

In the weekly, translation successes and requeests, upcoming events, help wanted on the Ushahidi Forums and a new badge for Deployment of the Week:
Upcoming Events:
Three continents, three events in the coming week. Click on the links to register.

Weekly: Mini-grants, Community news

The Fall season is upon us. Programs, events and software projects are growing. If my inbox is any indication, you are all a busy lot. In this week’s report we have our Deployment of the Week from Nepal, a few ways to support your project and some upcoming events.

Weekly: Swift Day, Translate SMSSync & Hacks

From Swift days to autumn nights, we have a few tasks for the community, upcoming events and a big congratulations to our corruption mapping Deployment of the week.

Weekly: Free stuff & Upcoming Events

Keeping it Global with news and updates from a few continents. This week we have some free stuff for your maps, the Deployment of the Week from Macedonia and a few “help wanted” requests.

Crisis Mappers Unite!

The International Crisis Mappers Conference (ICCM), is October 11 – 14, 2012 in Washington DC. The unique event, co-founded by Patrick Meier and Jen Ziemke in 2009, provides a forum for humanitarian, human rights, development and media organizations with world’s best technology companies, academics, journalists and hackers.

Crisis Mappers Unite!

The International Crisis Mappers Conference (ICCM), is October 11 – 14, 2012 in Washington DC. The unique event, co-founded by Patrick Meier and Jen Ziemke in 2009, provides a forum for humanitarian, human rights, development and media organizations with world’s best technology companies, academics, journalists and hackers.

Crisis Mappers Unite!

The International Crisis Mappers Conference (ICCM), is October 11 – 14, 2012 in Washington DC. The unique event, co-founded by Patrick Meier and Jen Ziemke in 2009, provides a forum for humanitarian, human rights, development and media organizations with world’s best technology companies, academics, journalists and hackers.

Weekly: Pivoting @OSCON & Community Dev Call

In this week’s report, we have David’s OSCON presentation “Pivoting an African Open Source Project” and a reminder about this month’s Ushahidi Community Developer chat.

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