DemocracyMap Technical Working Group

For those interested in exploring the technical details of an open data set for who serves/represents you based on location.

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Welcome to the DemocracyMap Technical Working Group

Join us if you are interested in exploring the technical details of an open data set(s) for "democracy maps." This includes being able to look-up by location or a map all government jurisdictions (including website(s) and other contact information) and eventually public officials that represent you.

This exploration, hosted by OpenPlans and E-Democracy, openly invites government organizations, inter-governmental associations, non-profits, commercial interests, and individuals interested in widely accessible data and open government to join.

View the project wiki or online demonstration.

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A detailed "who's who" directory of members.
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A simple list of the group members.
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How the membership of DemocracyMap Technical Working Group has changed.

There are 126 members in the group. Normally they post around 0 posts each day; the most they have posted is 8 posts in one day.

The statistics page contains more details on the posting statistics in DemocracyMap Technical Working Group.

DemocracyMap Technical Working Group is a public group.

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Please also read the full Charter and the Rules of Participation which together govern this forum. For civility and agenda-setting, we require the use of real names and no name calling. Participation will be limited for those found violating the rules.

Steven Clift is the volunteer Forum Manager and is responsible for facilitating this forum and enforcing the rules.