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Resource Directories - Brigade Congress Day 3 - Gallery view
Rene Joy
02:52
Great -- and thank you for sharing the slides, Greg!
Brigade Zoom1
02:53
Notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HTtPcC_WiEth6t8oDU8qytPeoe4HjEHJ1TmzDwp0vn8/edit#heading=h.70jihlgtxl1a
Rene Joy
03:16
With a transcript, are notes still necessary?
Nick Floersch (C4BTV)
03:19
I’m glad to see this presentation … I feel it is important.
Jerry Hall
03:37
Gregg! I was going to share this presentation and heheh... here you are.
Brigade Zoom1
04:12
https://c4a.me/coc
Benjamin Trevino
04:38
wow. That’s amazing! Code for Puerto Rico FTW!!!
Brigade Zoom1
05:23
https://discourse.codeforamerica.org
Nick Floersch (C4BTV)
05:33
Who is Code for PR here? That’s great!
Ceci (CfA Network Team)
08:13
Sorry, power is overwhelming. haha
Benjamin Trevino
10:53
And to the extent that restaurants orgs are complex, I might argue yelp masks that complexity
Benjamin Trevino
11:57
#truth
Rene Joy
12:21
Yep; I know some hyper-local programs which resist being in a directory due to overwhelming demand and the stress it causes to turn people away.
Dan Stormont (he/him) - Code for Tucson
13:15
I hadn't really thought about it that way before, Greg. Mind. Blown,
Nick Floersch (C4BTV)
14:21
Yeah - Greg did a similar “slap in the face with reality” for us back in August… this is why this talk is so important to share.
Alison Link
16:37
Hah. Love this comic!
Rene Joy
17:04
Beautiful point.
Nick Floersch (C4BTV)
17:09
Boom
Eric Renz-Whitmore
17:11
Hadn't gotten this slap in the face before - much needed!
Dan Stormont (he/him) - Code for Tucson
18:07
Nice!
Alison Link
18:17
Change the word from “competing” to “collaborating”…giving me chills, here. :-)
Rene Joy
18:36
Right, Alison? Same. :)
Jacqueline Gordon
19:37
Maintenance of information is a big issue.
Ceci (CfA Network Team)
19:45
Timecheck: 10min left!
Rene Joy
19:50
No questions, just along for the ride.
Nick Floersch (C4BTV)
19:52
Your firehose of emotional excitement is great…
Alison Link
19:56
Totally buy it! Keep going!
Jacqueline Gordon
20:49
@Greg - Absorbing your passion and info.
Nick Floersch (C4BTV)
21:24
That is cheap if it works
Alison Link
21:38
Helpful to hear some concrete cost numbers here. Gettin real.
Nick Floersch (C4BTV)
22:33
True for my GIS day job
Jacqueline Gordon
22:43
Any success so far w/ data utility model?
Nick Floersch (C4BTV)
23:58
I like this model as something Brigade can help with … help orgs implement, but still leave it to them to pay for / support their own input.
Jacqueline Gordon
25:14
@Greg - how to balance info that doesn’t match btw 2 or more organizations?
Alison Link
26:17
This sounds like similar models occurring in federal research funding, and open access publication requirements
Jennifer Miller
27:02
Any thoughts on how does the size of the community being supported relate to the choice of model?
Rene Joy
27:05
Yes! Conversation builds coalition.
Benjamin Trevino
27:08
We want to talk! Come talk to us!
Rene Joy
27:14
Thank you so much Greg!
Ceci (CfA Network Team)
27:16
Timecheck: 3 min warning.
Dan Stormont (he/him) - Code for Tucson
27:33
And it is work...memories of spending a week locked in a room discussing data standards for modeling and simulation.
Jerry Hall
28:48
Would gamifing resource updates and pay people or orgs for updating data work?
Rene Joy
28:49
Directory dialects rather than one language
Nick Floersch (C4BTV)
29:08
Cool idea Jerry
Jacqueline Gordon
29:24
Thanks to Greg for this great work!
Alison Link
29:31
Yay! Thanks—will be sharing this broadly!
Jerry Hall
29:32
It could work. Imagine at-home folks in midwest getting employment
Benjamin Trevino
29:32
Mahalo Greg!
Dan Stormont (he/him) - Code for Tucson
29:44
Thank you Greg! Incredible talk!