Category Archives: Calgary

Calgary open data report delayed

by DJ Kelly December 11, 2009

I heard about this a couple weeks ago but didn’t get a chance to look into it any further until recently. It looks like the City of Calgary’s Open Data report from Administration to Council originally scheduled for December has been delayed. Apparently it has taken a lot more work to put the report together […]

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Imagine the things you could do

by DJ Kelly October 24, 2009

Yesterday afternoon I had lunch with Mack Male (who was down from Edmonton) and Andrew McIntyre. As you might expect the conversation quickly dove into all the local projects each of us are working on and how difficult it can be to balance those projects with an actual job. Me: “I could do so much […]

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Beneath it all there is a fire just waiting for fuel

by DJ Kelly October 22, 2009

On this blog I usually talk a lot about things that are happening in the world and how I feel about them. I don’t often talk about what I’m thinking about independent of the news of the day. But several things I’ve been undertaking have coalesced recently into one moment that I wanted to share, […]

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A guide to the Plan It amendments

by DJ Kelly September 29, 2009

I’m on vacation right now and not able to provide my full comments on the Plan It amendments coming back to Calgary city council on Monday. Instead I invite you to take a look a this “Guide to the Plan It Amendments” compliled by CivicCamp Calgary. (Specific credit looks like it belongs to Bill Morrison, Neil Keough […]

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Plan It, round 2: The most important decision facing Calgarians

by DJ Kelly September 24, 2009

Next week is a BIG week in Calgary. As Naheed Nenshi correctly states in his Calgary Herald op-ed today, “On Monday, Calgary city council makes a decision bigger and more important than all the other decisions it has made since being elected . . . combined.” Plan It – the document that lays out how […]

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