Speakers on Friday:

  • Government Perspective
  • Business Perspective

Sessions on Saturday:

Note to non-attenders: The areas where discussions were organized were named after Raleigh neighborhoods.


  • Social media tactics
  • Using open source software at all levels by David Both
  • Scraping gov’t data by @jamesturk
  • The open source landscape from a developers point of view
  • Open source & citizen journalism discussion by Emily


  • Open gov’t and k-12 schools by David W and @sourcePOV
  • Is code written or commisioned by the gov’t public domain?
  • An email -> car owner app by Satyen

Laurel Hills

  • Transform the public input process by Anne Franklin
  • Public website to post problems / solutions by @sourcePOV
  • Creating a digital city by Steve
  • WTF is up with the Raleigh website and how can you help?
  • Organinzing a POSSCON for RTP by DavidB


  • Open data / API discussion (starting with education)
  • Unified mailing list for Raleigh citizen by Chad
  • Open data / API discussion continued
  • Open city REST API cloud


  • News, resource, gossip, service aggregator
  • Mapping made easy by @raleighpublicre
  • Social media for policital campaigns / open source campaing by @AdrielHampton and@BonnerGaylord
  • Raleigh transportation
  • Intro to world clean-up day / implementing an AED finder for Raleigh
  • Intro to Gov 2.0


  • Real-time traffic accidents
  • Intro to SF innovation programs
  • Using social media to promote sustainable agriculture farming (CSA)
  • How to collaborate after CityCamp Raleigh by @jhibbets
  • How to build online community by Andy K

Teams Presentations on Sunday

  • Open it Up – Make public data from NC Education Report Card open and easily accessible. Team web site: NCOpenData.org
  • AEDEA – Large scale telepresence with Raleigh’s sister cities presented in spaces that encourage public participation
  • AGILIS Energy – Better analytics for smart meters to improve building efficiency
  • You Speak for Me – Transform public input to legislators and citizen boards by leveraging online moderation of ideas, backed by a reputation management system
  • Five Points CSA – Integrated marketing and social media plan for Community Supported Agriculture groups
  • Citizen Interviews – Transform the way the city seeks and receives public input by training and equipping citizen interviewers
  • Use Open Source – Encourage adoption of open source technologies at the city level to extend the usefulness of existing legacy hardware and decrease long-term costs by encouraging centers of excellence
  • EZ Riders – Ubiquitous access to train data from multiple devices (phone/smart phone/web)