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DC Code-a-thon for government citability needs coders AND librarians

Calling all 21st century librarians: the fine folks at Citability and the League of Technical Voters Project are organizing a weekend code-a-thon in Washington DC April 9th – 11th. The goal is to create open source tools aimed at improving government accessibility and accountability. But you don’t have to be a coder to participate. They’re also looking for librarians! Now’s your chance to put your govt information skills toward an amazing project.

If you live in Washington DC area, please Sign up for the DC Code-a-thon today Join with lots of smart people working hard and having fun for the great cause of govt transparency!