Public servants, developers and entrepreneurs gathered together to discuss and learn about the civic value of open data and how the City of San Francisco and private citizens are leveraging this opportunity at sf.govfresh, Sept. 1, at Adobe Systems’ San Francisco offices. Speakers included San Francisco Chief Information Officer Chris Vein, Mom Maps Founder & CEO Jill Seman, San Francisco Department of Technology Director of Innovation Jay Nath, Stamen Partner Michal Migurski, Routesy Founder Steven Peterson and SF Environment Internet Communications Coordinator Lawrence Grodeska.
Watch the entire playback here. Presentation videos are also posted below.
Special thanks to Adobe for hosting and sponsoring the event. This was GovFresh’s first event, and we couldn’t have asked for a better partner and supporter. I firmly believe fostering true community through events such as sf.govfresh is where industry needs to invest more of its outreach budget.
Chris Vein, CIO, San Francisco (Part 1):
Chris Vein, CIO, San Francisco (Part 2):
Jay Nath, Director of Innovation, San Francisco:
Steven Peterson, Routesy:
Lawrence Grodeska, SF Environment:
Michal Migurski, Stamen Design + Crimespotting:
Jill Seman, Mom Maps (Part 1):
Jill Seman, Mom Maps (Part 2):
Open Q&A with Chris Vein, CIO, San Francisco:
Here’s a few of the presentations slides.
‘Open311 API‘ (Jay Nath, Director of Innovation, San Francisco):
EcoFinder Open Data, Open Source, Open Collaboration (Lawrence Grodeska, SF Environment):
Topics: Chris Vein · Jay Nath · Jill Seman · Lawrence Grodeska · Mom Maps · Routesy · SF Environment · Stamen Design · Steven Peterson · 311 · APIs · Apps · Events · Featured · Gov 2.0 · iPhone · Open data · Open311 · San Francisco