#HackfromHome - an anti-viral virtual hackathon.

We’re giving people a chance to respond with action, working together to improve the lives of everyone affect by the Coronavirus. Our goal is to band together to help communities, patients, and their families better using what we know best - technology.

If possible, these ideas should preserve the privacy of individuals through the use of Personal Data Accounts. For more information on Personal Data Accounts read this.

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Self-organized local delivery

During the pandemic, people have to follow the quarantine measures to stop the spread of covid-19, they need to organize their shopping in a neighborhood for families and vulnerable people. Our objective is to reduce the number of people going out to the shops for food, to help get essentials to the vulnerable during quarantine, help comply with the government-enforced restriction. Those who are not vulnerable or symptomatic can offer their assistance by becoming a Delivery Angel in their local community. MVP is about to be running.

Looking for:

  • Project manager

  • UX designer

  • Visual designer

  • Oleg Nedolivko
  • Apr 1 2020
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  • Amy Sheon commented
    3 Apr 07:47pm

    Great idea. Make sure to consider participation of people who do not have mobile phones or computers. Texting works though. You might also consider connecting with SafeLivin.

    See my talks Sat on digital divide and vulnerable populations:

    Public Health Perspectives on Covid-19

    Saturday, April 4⋅GMT-4:00 (8:00 am EST)

    Join Zoom Meetinghttps://zoom.us/j/947524053

    and:

    Covid19 and open data sets Saturday, April 4⋅GMT-4:30 (8:30 am EST)

    Join Zoom Meetinghttps://zoom.us/j/947524053

    Amy Sheon

  • Oleg Nedolivko commented
    3 Apr 03:41am

    Chris, you are welcome to join a team. We could thinking over your idea together.

  • Chris Newman commented
    3 Apr 12:07am

    I note that during lockdown there is a lot less traffic on the streets. So I think it's an ideal time for driverless delivery. It would be good if an entire container could be dropped off near a community, and then picked up the following day. Delivery Angels could then do the last mile delivery to homes.

    During normal non-lockdown times the same techniques could be used over night using quiet electric vehicles.