Vote at opendataphilly.org/contest.
Nonprofits nominated some two dozen data sets related to their mission. Find more background on the contest here.
The top three winners will be announced at Friday’s OpenAccessPhilly forum, and small cash prizes will be given to the related nonprofits.
Then, the contests organizers — Azavea, NPower, the William Penn Foundation and, full disclosure, Technically Philly — will work with the city to highlight methods to release that city data.
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