Tulsa Then & Now

The Tulsa City-County Library’s "Tulsa Then and Now: Mapping the BFC" app provides access to approximately 300 photographs selected from the Beryl Ford Collection. It includes streets, buildings, and … [Read more...]

Tulsa+ 2011

Luke Crouch talked about Tulsa Web Devs, our Tulsa Transit project, and Tulsa Hackathon at Tulsa+ 2011. Slides up on groovecoder.com. … [Read more...]

Guest Blogging


Tell others what you've learned about Open Data.  The tulsawebdevs.org site is now open for guest blogging. The Web Dev community would love to hear from you about Open Data and any other topics that … [Read more...]

September Newsletter


Events last month Over 30 people came to our August meeting. We had over a dozen lightning talks! Come by our September Meeting! Upcoming events Tulsa Tech Fest 8am-5pm October 12, 2012 @ … [Read more...]

Tulsa OpenTripPlanner


http://tripplanner.tulsawebdevs.org/ is a trip planner for Tulsa Transit powered by OpenTripPlanner. It also includes an accessibility analysis tool, and a trip-planner API. Related … [Read more...]



OttoZen is a commercial site built on top of the data from TRIF. The site is still in a "public alpha" mode. Related articles City of Tulsa Open Source Policy Tulsa Roadway Information Feeds … [Read more...]

Tulsa Roadway Information Feeds


http://trif.tulsawebdevs.org consolidates Roadway Information from 3 separate Tulsa area sources into a single place. In addition to providing a location-aware, mobile-ready map view of the data, we … [Read more...]



Android app showcasing the Tulsa Library’s Beryl Ford Collection. Started at Tulsa Hackathon with Tulsa Library. See the full project here. Related articles bfc-android … [Read more...]

August Newsletter


Events last month Over 20 people came to our July meeting. We broke out into a Productive Programmer topic, a freelancers’ topic, and had time and space for people to mingle and network. Come by … [Read more...]

City of Tulsa Open Source Policy

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This morning I met with councilor GT Bynum, Amy Brown, and Tom Golliver (thanks for the hookup Matt). I shared and summarized the policies of some cities powered by open source - esp. Vancouver on … [Read more...]