Last weekend's Sushack 2 was great. We all got to hack on our pet sustainability projects, and even create some completely new ideas. One group came up with a habit-forming app called "do", that could help change your behaviour over time. There were also data hacks on both Oxford's air quality data and also water quality data, the latter for people who might want to go wild-swimming nearby. Not everything was checked into the git repositories, so please shout out in the comments if I've missed someone.
I set up and began to configure my own personal project, intended to help my local sustainability group with the "back-office admin" of its residents' thermal imaging project. Along the way I managed to introduce Djangoista George Hickman to Drupal, which basically made his eyes spin and then roll back in their sockets.
Anyway, it was a good way to spend a Saturday daytime, and hopefully some good projects have come out of it. Thanks again to 2degrees for hosting us. At one point it did look like Summertown was about to flood around us, so it was good to know we had snacks and treats to keep us going!