COA - McCraken Say New RFP to come NO PLONE! Victory Is Ours! #coawebsite #openaustin http://meterthis.net
With a fully open API to the backend data, it would be possible to create multiple GUI themes for users to choose from, as well as easily modify the default front end GUI or, for expert level users, even write their own custom ones (and possibly submit them for use by other site users, if they're popular). This would get around the "there's always a complaint" problem, as well as the "change noise" problem, particularly ...more »
Start a fim festival
I want to know who in the city of Austin is doing business abroad, is a multi-national corporation, or has ideas that travel far. It could work for business collaborations and networking.
I'd like to see city job postings, various programs, rebates, tax incentives, etc available to residences, current issues and space for open discussion about them, blog/vlog space for community leaders and elected officials.
Iteresting concept, but the City will have to get a bid from a Primary Vendor that meets the requirements of the RFP.
I have a campaign going on http://meterthis.net/coawebsite to track progress.
Good luck on your process here.
property statistics compilations. ie- given an address: returns home values/comps,historical crime data, ethnic diversity, rental rates, school data, avg util rates with historical trend comparisons
A chart or map of where free wireless access is available. List coffee shops, libraries, etc. Maybe even list places that also have computers that people can freely access, or include ones that charge also.
I would like to see a Yelp - style input/feedback section. The community should be able to rate services and make comments. I realize this can get ugly, but if Yelp and the neighborhood listservs are any example the sum total is quite informative.