Code for America will hold its sixth annual CodeAcross event, which this year is being called Open Data Day, to coincide with International Open Data Day. It's a weekend of civic hacking events hosted by over 100 cities of the Code for America network around the world. The goal is to activate the Code for America network and inspire residents everywhere to get actively involved in their community.
Code for America held its fifth annual CodeAcross event, and the CDA in Louisville participated. CodeAcross is a weekend of civic hacking events hosted by nodes of the Code for America network around the world. It is timed to coincide with International Open Data Day.
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Hack for Change Louisville was held as the city’s official Code for America National Day of Civic Hacking event, one of over 100 simultaneous events across the United States. The day brought together local government leaders and staff, local organizations, non-profits, businesses, visitors, and community members and was focused on civic innovation.