Databox Open-Source Software Community Launch

The Databox Project team hosted their Cambridge open-source community launch on Friday 24th March at Darwin College, Cambridge. The event had 30+ signups, with people attending to discover more about the motives behind Databox, the structure of the project, and how to write compatible applications for use with the platform. The initial release includes basic data collection support through mobile sensing libraries and selected APIs, data flow policing and privacy policy enforcement.

Read more about the Databox project, and some raw notes from the launch.

You can contribute to the open-source Databox prototype by visiting the repository and checking out the:

Join the community discussion in the Databox Discourse forum.


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Author | Gemma Gordon

Gemma is the Operations Director for the OCaml Labs group in the Cambridge Computer Laboratory, and covers day-to-day management, investigates funding opportunities and organises events.