School PTO Membership Form and G-Suite Commenting

Who, what, where, when and why

Who is this for?

This is for Non-Profits like School PTO's who want to automate their membership entry.

The skill level for the end users is spread sheet data entry with no coding experience. Maintaining a website most likely will be beyond the user's abilities.

What

Google scripts for Google Form generation and public and private membership information. Plus information on how a non-profit can obtain a G-Suites account for Free.

Why

Nonprofits spend their time manually entering membership information into spread sheets. Google…

Open Source Hack Day Maintaining

A celebration of Open Source. We'll be hacking on a few Code For Dayton projects as well as a few other applications.

Follow along at: https://trello.com/b/EA0iY55I/open-source-hack-day

 Public Site

Clear My Record - Dayton Bootstrapping

Clearing your record can help remove barriers to new jobs, housing, and educational opportunities.

Clear My Record is a free, nonprofit, service for people with a criminal record in select California counties.

 Developers

Open Data Day 2017 Maintaining

Open Data Day 2017

Dayton, Ohio Event

This is the planning project for the Dayton, Ohio Open Data Day 2017 Event.

The big thing we need at this point is a list of open data sources and project ideas. We'll also need help with advertising and recruiting people to come to the event.

The meetup page is at https://www.meetup.com/Code-for-Dayton/events/237417370

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Five Rivers MetroParks Tribute Page Maintaining

We're assisting Five Rivers MetroParks in building a page for their site to allow users to purchase tribute items in their parks.

The project consists of a static HTML page and some JavaScript. The MetroParks is managing a Google Spreadsheet of their items available for purchase that we load via JavaScript and display on the page.

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LotLinker Maintaining

Web application to streamline Dayton's REAP (Real Estate Acquisition Process) Program.

The process is described here: http://www.cityofdayton.org/departments/pcd/Pages/LotLinksProgram.aspx

And a video walkthrough is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cIIOYG-B4NY

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