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Humanitarian Toolbox

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by Willow Brugh on 14 December 2012

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Transcript of Humanitarian Toolbox

I have an idea for a response tool that will totally make so many lives so much better. I have just realized that maybe I should be using my powers to make the world better. I find the: Has someone already had my idea? Yes! Developer
Designer
Responder
Citizen I learn more about the project, and the people and process behind it. I want to know more! Re-Skinned Codeplex? From here, I can download it on my own, or engage in conversation, or go to a local meetup. But what if the answer had been ? no Pulling info from TFS based on skills and interests You become a part of the process and conversation. Now, how about a ? developer
or designer sign up I see my skill And that they have a need Similar Projects Forks Forks! Fork of Project B Expert helps to fold things in, see where forking an existing project would be better History of the project - when it was "done" (and what work has been done since), where components are being used elsewhere. History of the project - when it was "done" (and what work has been done since), where components are being used elsewhere. Click it to see more complete description, including where it's in use
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