Tuesday, October 18, 2011

[G] UPDATE: More Hack4Transparancy for everyone

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Google Open Source Blog: UPDATE: More Hack4Transparancy for everyone

A few weeks ago we told you about the Hack4Transparancy event, bringing techies together November 8th and 9th in the European Parliament for an all-expenses-paid good time eating, talking, and making important data accessible to everyone.

Well, now we’ve got more exciting news. We’ve broadened the scope of the event and extended the application deadline for those wishing to make data on Internet performance visible and meaningful.

What’s changed?
The application deadline for the Internet Quality track has been extended through noon, CET, Friday October 21st (that's this coming Friday).
To diversify the skill-set of interested hackers, we’ve added a data visualization option to the Internet Quality track.
We’ve expanded the criteria -- now, eligible hackers from anywhere in the world can apply.
And, we’ve increased the prize money. One winning team or individual on each track will now receive €5.000,00.

Now, sharpen your coding and data visualization skills, and send in your application! Winners will be notified the week of October 24.

By Marco Pancini, Google Sr. Policy Counsel, Brussels
URL: http://google-opensource.blogspot.com/2011/10/update-more-hack4transparancy-for.html

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