Over the last 18 months, the small but agile Indaba team has worked tirelessly to bring some exciting enhancements to the platform, (Indaba 3.0 as I like to call it), as well as launch some cool projects. Our hope with these new changes is to further streamline the online data collection process for colleagues and [...]
Originally posted on Global Integrity’s website here. This week is an exciting week for the Indaba fieldwork platform. After several months of design, development, and testing, we went live today with some new and powerful features, notably Control Panel (which allows project managers to more easily design and launch their projects) and important enhancements to [...]
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It’s been a while since we’ve posted an update on where we are with building out and deploying Indaba, for which we apologize. We’ve been buried deep in designing and building new features and let our regular updates get away from us. To rectify that, here’s a quick update on some major highlights and developments. [...]
In 2011, we validated our hypothesis about what Indaba can offer to a distributed team creating a scorecard, index, or similar data collection project. Our job for 2012 is scale. Big scale. We want more users, more speed, and more great projects coming out. To do this, we need to make setting up projects faster [...]
During the past year, Indaba has moved from a good idea to a field-tested tool with strong user validation.
Indaba is a online platform for public interest data gathering by distributed teams. It’s also a community of smart people all over the world sharing best practices for public interest fieldwork. (Image: Abdurrahman shows off Indaba in Mogadishu, Somalia.)
It’s your July 2010 status report: I have good news on funding, and the Indaba fieldwork platform gets it’s first real-world testing.