You can leap into citizen-facing mobile strategies and other topics at our “Leap Year” Wikithon on Wednesday, February 29th from 3-5 in D.C.!
Wikithons are gatherings of Mobile Gov professionals to create and develop content for the Mobile Gov Wiki and discuss various mobile practices. The wikithon theme this time will be DATA and we are looking for your articles about API’s, SDK’s and experiences with other data elements in the creation of mobile products.
In addition, join us to get the coveted “Leap Year” Wikithon badge–available ONLY once every 4 years. You can also earn special badges for your wiki edits, for bringing a friend and of course wiki article creation.
Like all our wikithons, the “Leap Year” Wikithon is an open-house event. Come for a minute, come for the entire time, come anytime. You don’t need to know how to use the wiki–we’ll show you. And if you don’t have a burning idea, we can help you join in with big and small tasks from the wiki fishbowl.
Meet us at the “large board” table at the location below in Washington, D.C. or virtually via our virtual channel (virtual details to come).
“Leap Year” Wikithon
Wednesday, February 29th 3-5 pm
There will be an in person location and a way to join virtually.
In Person Location
801 18th St NW # 1 Washington, DC 20006
We have reserved the large “board” table at this location. Bring your own wi-fi enabled laptop or tablet.
**reposted from the Mobile Gov Blog from the Office of Citizen Services & Innovative Technologies at GSA**