For info on what we got up to and where things are going, please see the hackitude site. We had a great time and Mark Steadman was a proper trooper setting it up and getting us all together.
I think what we have at the end of it is quite an interesting foundation for future work. It's a way of storing things at places and displaying them on a map. Been done before? probably but the concept here is to aggregate data from various sources and provide easy access to it.
At this point, anything could be built from the app. A tourist info repository, public information, events listings and any other kind of list that would benefit from geospatial data.
It was a recurring theme of many of the suggested projects that were submitted. Now with a little more work and a bit of strategy we should be able to come together and build the next layer on top of the data to make something simply great.