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願景 Vision


本基金會(籌備處)以促進「開放發展 (Open Development)」為宗旨,鼓勵政府、城市、企業和其他類型組織掌握新興數位機會,創造良好的開放和協同關係,以資料為基礎,發展各種攸關民生的資料服務。第一次社群聚會於2012年6月在台北首度舉辦。

任務 Mission Statement


因應資料爆炸的時代,本基金會以資料為基礎,(一)鼓勵利益相關者交流(二)發展各種攸關民生的資料服務,這包含活動、體驗、育成、計畫和國際發展(三)透過本基金會,政府、企業、研究人員和民間社會,提供新型態的解決方案,並且培育新興人才。

1. 促進社會各利益相關者交流

  • 為什麼:傳統政府、民間社會和企業,受限於資源緊縮和技術不足,無法因應資料爆炸的時代,造成市場定位錯誤、資源浪費、開發錯置,以及效率不彰的窘境。再也沒有一個單位能夠孤立作業,達到發展的目標。

  • 怎麼做:提供各種精采的體驗計畫 (immersion program)、活動、工作坊和程式馬拉松 (hackathon) ,擴大參與架構,提供多利益相關者協作平台,讓科技人與政府、公民社會、企業攜手合作,釐清需求,透過敏捷開發模式,進而創新社會的面貌,培育次世代人才。

2. 孵育公民新創企業與人才

  • 為什麼: 21世紀的社會形態,隨著網路/行動網路的興起而快速改變。舉凡各種重大社會發展問題,傳統治理、學界和慈善型捐贈的第三方機構,皆面臨無法因應現況,落實計畫執行,培育新興接班人才的窘境。

  • 怎麼做:(1) 一次開發,多次佈署。我們強調各個計畫需有更為永續的發展機制,所創造的成果,不但可被重複使用(包含開放源碼),而且造福不只單一個人或是單一團體。(2) 提供社會創新「孵育」架構,支持破壞性的新創計畫,解決政府、民間社會和企業的具體存在的問題。

3. 國際發展與合作

  • 為什麼:各級政府、社會和企業所面臨的問題並不單獨存在。適於一個地域性發展的生態,也可能是解決其他地域問題的關鍵。在人流和資訊流互相跨域流動更為頻繁的今日,國際合作和發展更不可缺。

  • 怎麼做:定期參與世界銀行、開放知識基金會等國際性開放組織會議和活動,主動接觸東南亞社會創新組織和發展平台,擴大地域型問題意識和解決方案的出口。培育多語化發展人才,積極 making/talking,引領地域發展潮流。

 

Code for Tomorrow 作過什麼樣的事?


 

1. 在促進利益相關者交流部分

2. 在孵育公民新創企業和人才部份,我們做過:

3. 在國際發展和合作部分

  • 參與、分享經驗的國際會議包括:
    • Code for Japan Summit 2014(東京,日本)
    • Code for America Summit 2014(舊金山,美國)
    • Lift China 2014(上海,中國)
    • OGP APAC Regional Conference 2014(峇里,印尼)
    • ANIS (Asia NGO Innovation Summit) 2013(曼谷,泰國)
    • APrIGF 2013 (Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum)(仁川,韓國)
    • APKIC (Asia PKI Consortium) 2013(曼谷,泰國)
    • INET Bangkok(曼谷,泰國)
    • Thai Netizen Meetup(曼谷、泰國)
    • Guardian Activate 2013(倫敦、英國)
    • OKFN Summer Summit 2013(倫敦、英國)
    • Wikitopia "Open City"(香港、中國)
    • APrIGF (Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum) 2012(東京、日本)

 

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聯絡我們


  • Email: ask [at] codefortomorrow.org

 

About Code for Tomorrow


Code for Tomorrow Foundation Initiative is non-profit organization that actively encouraging governments, privates sectors and civil society organizations to embrace the power of the internet and people to better our governance in 21st century. Once a grassroots community comprised of healthy hybrid of young and senior citizens, social workers, government employees and industrial veterans, the Initiative was kicked off in mid 2012 and in less than 2 years of time, it has since been providing ad-hoc hackathons, immersion events, training courses and accelerator programs to stakeholders, ranging from voluntarily based activities to sustained programs, to more than a few thousands enthusiasts in Taiwan, and is still growing.
 
In contrast to some other open government and open data initiatives in this region, the Code for Tomorrow extensively focuses on framing scope of executable projects, finding out critical problems and resources that can be identified only through intensive communications on a multi-stakeholder model, to tackle field governance problems. Programs are either funded from donations of it’s members or transparent sponsorships solicited in public.
 
The innovation is in it’s agile but systematic approach to engage existing ecosystems, leveraging critical resources, and works out to build capacity for all stakeholders. And in that concluding phases of each program, it empowers all participants to go further with stronger capacity within hand. Accelerated progress has been achieved by offering agile management coaching on a routine basis by using the technology neutral and open platform that maximizes civic participation.
 
The Initiative has received well intentions of cooperation from several government departments ranging from central and local jurisdictions, academic institutes and even private sectors, but remains a non-profit entity that is chartered into it’s Constitution.