They’re taking two tables of data about community organisations and merging and exporting those from a closed source, processing and cleaning the data, then uploading it as both Open Data and to a mapping site.
They are creating a sport engine which will enable citizens to find sports clubs, teachers or peers to participate in sport with.
Their project pulls data from MatchTheCity.
They even have their own Twitter account live already (@sportl)
Team: Altens Cougars
Their project is looking at making rooms in Community Centres become more bookable, so that under-utilsed rooms are made use of.
They’re working on project “Active-X” which will help unhealthy people become more healthy. It uses MatchThe City’s data.
The aim is assist people to get fitter.
Getting down to business following a broad exploration of community referral, access to sports, inhibitors and encouragers to a more healthy lifestyle. Already feeling the benefits of the matchthecity work done by Andrew during and since the first codethecity. #ctc2