Badge of the Lewisham bloggers meetup. Via Andrew. Where is the smallest neighbourhood with its own bloggers group?
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Just me messing about with Paint after reading a DIY design book. I’m not sure I’ve got all the skills that are needed to make a really good badge, but I’ll keep doing it until someone tells me “stop”!
Have you seen the groups near you beta site ?
Perhaps you can plug this across the blog world and see if there is a winner ?
Hello Alex. I did a tiny bit of testing for the groups near you site before it went live – t and loads of work from mySociety deserves widespread support, from individuals and local authorities.
Something has just occurred to me – is the data in groups near you scrapable by local authorities?