Round 1 served as a general assessment of the Open Source field.
Projects from the four core funding areas were funded without a special focus:
We help to better understand and design algorithmic systems.
We collect and verify eyewitness reports from conflict areas centrally on our platform.
We are building a digital platform for queer stories in the urban space.
We want to collect and evaluate public content on Telegram.
We build a desktop software for audio editing of the spoken word.
We provide dignified care for those in need in emergency situations.
We develop a platform independent desktop version for Briar.
We add break-out rooms to Chatmosphere and make it more stable.
We automate the finding of features in the source code.
We enable streaming, recording and export for open source video solutions.
We make all important information about politicians accessible directly on the election poster via cell phone camera.
We facilitate the search for BAME Businesses.
We network deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people.
We offer the possibility to record online interviews in cinema quality in the browser.
We make access to information on the condition and planning of the Berlin cycling infrastructure easily accessible.
We simplify gender-neutral writin.
We make the work of journalists easier.
Wir vereinfachen die Bearbeitung von Listendokumenten für die Arolsen Archives.
We promote inclusive and non-discriminatory translations.
We are developing an Android app for Mastodon.
We show you how well you can get around by public transport.
We show which companies are subject to international sanctions.
We are developing a low-threshold exercise facility for population protection.
We make information about politicians accessible and searchable.
We make legislative changes transparent.
We transform content from Wikipedia into virtual exhibitions.
We are developing a financial planning tool that meets the needs of solo self-employed people.