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[liberationtech] Combating Corruption with Mobile Phones

Thejesh GN i at thejeshgn.com
Mon Jul 11 00:25:48 PDT 2016


In India, Its easy to use telephony providers like
http://kookoo.ozonetel.com/ for missed call campaigns. You can start with
one port and scale to as many ports as possible. I don't work for them but
I have used their services for similar campaigns. You can also do a
callback on missed call and collect more info using IVR.

I worked on a similar campaign sometime back. I have noted my experience
here http://thejeshgn.com/presentations/large-scale-telephonic-polls/#/


An online hackathon (with collaboration tools and GitHub) would be a great
idea to get this done.


Thej
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On 8 July 2016 at 10:39, Yosem Companys <companys at stanford.edu> wrote:

> From: Vivek Srinivasan <vivekdse at stanford.edu>
>
> As a part of the Program on Liberation Technology, I have been working
> on a large project in India that we call Combating Corruption with
> Mobile Phones.  My engineers from India will be in the Bay Area this
> month and we are hoping to bring together a set of coders to help us
> with our project.  It would be great if we can have a small team of
> volunteers to work with us for a few days for a few critical projects:
>
> MISSED CALL APPLICATION
> Objective  : An application which would record the missed calls
> information to the remote mysql Database.
> Description:  The application should do the following
>  Record all instances of missed call, with call details such as
> calling number, time of call.
> Store this information locally either in database or files.
> Synchronize the information to mysql server when the internet is available.
> Once the Synchronization is done, the local information can be deleted
>
>
> OFF LINE SURVEY FORMS
> Objective  : An application which could fill out survey forms, and
> record the responses to mysql database.
> Description:  The application should do the following
>  Like good Forms, ability to create and fill forms. (Form creation can
> be done on computer and need not be part of mobile app).
> Store the responses locally on the device.
> Synchronize the responses to mysql server when the internet is available.
> Once the Synchronization is done, the local information can be deleted
>
>
> AJAX BASED DRAG AND DROP INTERFACE FOR REPORT GENERATION
> Objective  : An application which could fill out survey forms, and
> record the responses to mysql database.
> Description:  The application should do the following
>  Like good Forms, ability to create and fill forms. (Form creation can
> be done on computer and need not be part of mobile app).
> Store the responses locally on the device.
> Synchronize the responses to mysql server when the internet is available.
> Once the Synchronization is done, the local information can be deleted
>
> Do you think that we could find some folks through CS+Social good for
> this? We could organize a hackathon or just have a meeting with the
> volunteers who can work a few hours a week this month.  Let me know
> how this might work.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Warm regards,
>
> Vivek
>
>
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