This open source app was written for citizens wanting to know if it is a recycling pickup week or not via Android devices.
Currently, data is available for Appleton, Greenville, Seymour, New London, Kaukauna, Little Chute, Kimberly, Combined Locks and other points in-between in Outagamie County in Northeast Wisconsin.
Want to help improve this app or it's API? See us on http://dhmncivichacks.github.io/
Android app Contributors:
Chris Jaure - Testing, feature ideas, Github issues
Dan Gabrielson - Java help, testing, and pairing.
David Kieffer - Art, testing, UX feedback.
Jacob Kiser - Major re-write improving code organization and navigation.
Amy Putnam - Testing, UX feedback.
Jacob Putnam - Testing, UX feedback.
Mike Putnam - Original version, deployment.
Mike Rosack - Enabled data from any city/town with adherence to the Civic Hack API Locator - http://civic-hack-api-locator.azurewebsites.net/#/contracts for recycling dates.
Eric Schultz - Bug report/testing
Bob Waldron - Testing, UX feedback.
Other "Is it recycling week?" clients:
https://github.com/dhmncivichacks/AppletonPebble - Pebble watch client
http://dhmncivichacks.github.io/isitrecycling - Web client
Local Wisconsin municipalities for providing open data to hack on.
Bob Waldron and DHMN Civic Hacks for leading the first Northeast Wisconsin civic hackathon.
All the people at the Appleton Makerspace and the Appleton Coworking for inspiration and a place to write code.
Jim Carlson and BarCampMilwaukee for introducing me to unconferences.
Greg Tracy and SMSMyBus for an inspiring example of civic hacking in Madison, WI
Google App Engine for providing a generous free tier of their PaaS hosting.