"Bouncing Teapots" at OpenAustralia hackfest

Last weekend, OpenAustralia held its second hackfest at Google's Sydney office. Over 90 people took part, including a surprise group from CSIRO, and half a dozen or so patches pushed, along with 40-odd updates to bugs on tracker. “Suburb Matchmaker, came first, second place went to “Frog Census,” and “Bouncing Teapots” came third, that simulated […]

Last weekend, OpenAustralia held its second hackfest at Google's Sydney office. Over 90 people took part, including a surprise group from CSIRO, and half a dozen or so patches pushed, along with 40-odd updates to bugs on tracker. “Suburb Matchmaker, came first, second place went to “Frog Census,” and “Bouncing Teapots” came third, that simulated members of the House of Representatives as teapots falling where the more time they spoke in parliament the more bouncy they were.

More info: Google Australia blog