About the Foundation for Public Code
From our mission:
[…] We aim to maintain, manage, contribute to and grow an ecosystem of public software and policies that help governments, communities and citizens improve their city.
This repository is meant to reflect the concept of the Foundation for Public Code and hold all information about it.
master branch is the official ‘source of truth’ and central repository for all information about the Foundation for Public Code.
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All branches are tested with every change for broken links, so if some site we link to on the internet goes down the ‘Build Status’ down here will go red.
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