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An application to increase the availability of image descriptions in textbooks for print disabled students.
A government-wide search and notification system. Currently deployed to scout.sunlightfoundation.com.
Empowering coders to find open source, social good projects and improve the world.
Quill is a web-based tool that provides personalized, interactive grammar lessons for middle school students.
A Ruby on Rails application that allows citizens to "adopt" civic infrastructure, such as fire hydrants.
This is the API portion of the Ohana API project, an open source community resource directory. The goal of the project is to make it easier for residents in need to find services they are eligible for.
Promptly is a text message notification system. See http://promptly.io for more info on the project. See our wiki for documentation: https://github.com/codeforamerica/promptly/wiki.
A nonprofit, crowdfunded, open-source mutual fund for charity -- With a RubyOnRails API, and JS/CSS/HTML UI, we're changing the landscape of charitable giving.
Growstuff is an open source platform to help you learn about growing food, track what you plant and harvest, and swap seeds and produce with other gardeners near you.
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