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E-Democracy LogoProjects is the general public online group for those involved in any aspect of E-Democracy. Members have agreed to donate 10 hours a year.

Volunteers use this space to trade notes, ask questions, seek assistance, and get involved. Use it to share information and gather input on E-Democracy activities. 

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This space is modeled on messy "open source" technology development style e-mail lists that encourage a wide range of topics, honest and open exchange, and random spurts of activity.

We also host related online communities of practice and related online working groups (see Special Projects on the Forums tab). 

For latest project news see our blog, edemo@ on Twitter, or "Like" us on Facebook

Members Directory
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 E-Democracy.org Projects has changed.

There are 341 members in the group. Normally they post around 0 posts each day; the most they have posted is 12 posts in one day.

The statistics page contains more details on the posting statistics in E-Democracy.org Projects.

E-Democracy.org Projects is a public group.

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Members of this group may post no more than 512 messages in a 24 hour period.

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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.