Come join developers, designers, writers, data geeks, leaders, and idea-makers who volunteer to help Summit County, Ohio government and civic orgs adopt open web technologies.
E-Democracy.org builds online public space in the heart of real democracy and community. We develop and run an email listserv/web forum hybrid as one of our primary tools for building and facilitating local community discussions online.
Check out http://pages.e-democracy.org/Developing_for_E-Democracy to get started.
A group of civic hackers, technologists, public servants, and community leaders for the Twin Cities (Minneapolis, St. Paul, and metro area) focused on improving the technology of our cities.
https://github.com/c4hrva Repos we are working: Where's My Bus Web App, Brigade website Template, and others.
Citizens of Seattle, WA building and maintaining technology projects to solve problems and share information.
Code for Tulsa is a group of citizens who want to use technology to make life better in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
GitHub of Code for Miami, Civic Hacking Brigade of Miami, FL. Regular meetings to begin June, 2013.
Code for Northern Virginia meets weekly at the S. Arlington Hacker Meetup in Arlington VA. Our website is www.codefornova.org and our project repo is: https://github.com/sarl-hackerspace