I’ve put my full schedule for Boston on the E-Democracy.Org blog. A real highlight looks to be the Beyond Broadcast conference on Saturday. This is one of the best examples of a conference using a wiki to organized itself from working groups to birds of a feather dinner parties. They are [...]
Archive for February, 2007
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I’ve done a bit of digging around in the past on this issue. I haven’t seen much government take-up of Drupal, although I am sure there are some out there. If you take a look at“Plone and government”, you’ll see a fair amount of open source activity. In know that [...]
I asked Brooks to send along a post I could forward to DoWire about his interesting Debatepedia.Org wiki project. I encourage you to take a look. I’d be interested in learning about other political wiki initiatives that accommodate people with diverse political views. I know about OpenPolitics.Ca and Campaigns Wikia. What [...]
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See you in Boston!
e-democracy.org – dowire.org
The Leadership for a Networked World Program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government [...]
The UK is a buzz about e-democracy … specifically, the e-petitions section on the Number 10 Downing Street website (the Prime Minister’s website).
The service, commissioned by that office and implemented/hosted by mySociety.Org (see the Guardian’s in-depth profile on founder Tom Steinberg from January) is generating some major heat. Meaning, it is working. It [...]