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Els guanyadors de la segona edició del Repte Barcelona Dades Obertes.
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Institut Vila de Gràcia has won the second edition of the Barcelona Open Data Challenge with its gentrification index of Barcelona’s neighbourhoods, developed by the school's pupils from analysing open data published on the website Open Data BCN.

Un moment de la Maker Faire Barcelona 2018.
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The Maker Faire Barcelona is a gathering of local and international digital fabrication and makers’ communities. An unmissable event for engineers, artists, creators, scientists and craftspeople with all sorts of profiles, where they can showcase innovative experiments and projects developed with a DIY philosophy.

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The third call for “Impulsem el que fas” (We Boost What You Do) programme subsidies is under way. Projects in the digital social innovation category may be submitted until 29 May.

Ordinador amb codi obert.
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https://publiccode.eu/ca/In its first session of 2019, FlossBcn looked at municipal digital empowerment strategies.

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The first session of experiences from the ‘Impulsem el que fas’ initiative was held on 2 April, bringing together all the organisations that implemented projects within the framework of the 2017 and 2018 calls.

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The event featured a presentation of the “100 cities in 100 days” campaign from the Coalition of Cities for Digital Rights and the new member cities were welcomed aboard.

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We reflected on the potential of urban innovation and public procurement to generate economic promotion and improve urban services.

Matí Maker 5.
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This meeting was intended to take a look at the past, see what was needed at that moment, and establish how much progress has been made these past two years. As something new this year, the next Barcelona Maker Faire will be held in Poblenou in October.

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Four videos, eight experiences and a common goal: to achieve a digital city for the people. “The digital revolution must serve the many and not just the few.” Francesca Bria, the Barcelona City Council Commissioner for Digital Technology and Innovation. 

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“Technology and data need to serve the people. They should give back financial and democratic control.” – Francesca Bria, Barcelona City Council's Commissioner for Digital Technology and Innovation.

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