Last week-end I was a part of the OpenDataBC hackathon. This is where a group of people interested in using open data (data that was previously confidential, is now placed in the public domain for us all to do what we wish!). I partnered up with Dan Pollock and we created the #OpenTransitDB. It has been placed in a Google Docs spreadsheet, and so anyone can view it. Do note there are two different sheets with a link at the bottom to either, one is for applications and the other is for data sources. Currently anyone can edit it as well, so add any that we're missing. Thanks also to Donna Horn for populating the spreadsheet. Final thanks to Herb for organizing and all of the other people who came out and made it possible.
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