Mutual Aid Network and Geeks Without Bounds are partnering up to make it easier to build humanitarian technology in a cooperative economic environment. On January 16 we had our first joint Webinar to share information about how to get involved with the Mutual Aid Network. We also talked about some of the software projects that […]
Random Hacks of Kindness turned 8 this year. The task of rebuilding this community which began in 2015 is slowly becoming a reality. We have now reconnected with all the active communities around world and have stepped into partnerships for new communities. The global community is now under Geeks Without Bounds. With Chinmayi S K […]
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At Geeks Without Bounds, we are dedicated to ensuring people have access to the Internet and that communication flows unimpeded by financial, political, or other interests. In the past we’ve been active in helping communities connect to the Internet under cooperative, locally-controlled organizational structures. In the past our main concern has been about underserved communities […]
NB: This is the initial challenge that started the virtual hackathon for disaster response this week. We have since opened the event up for additional challenges, including bug fixes and feature requests on existing open source disaster response projects. ALL WORK for this event is intended to be released with an open license listed at […]
NEEDED IMMEDIATELY: Software architects, UI/UX designers, coders, database developers Join our Virtual Hackathon in progress NOW. Hurricane Harvey has devastated Texas. Hurricane Irma is hitting the Caribbean now and is on its way to Florida. The Western US is dealing with thousands of fires that are threatening homes, businesses, farms, and millions of acres of […]
The Students of Sustainability Conference is an environmental justice conference held in Australia every year. Today, I had the privilege to talk to folks at the conference via video conference. Unfortunately, my slides didn’t make it over, so I’ve added notes to my slides and shared them here for anyone to read through. This slide […]
On May 6, 2017 Lisha Sterling gave a presentation at LinuxFest Northwest about the digital warfare enacted against Water Protectors at the camps at Standing Rock in 2016 and 2017. The slides are available at this link.