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Re: [betaNYC] Neighbors online trends in NYC?

From: Steven C.
Sent on: Tuesday, December 17, 2013 8:35 AM

From a general innovative engagement perspective, community boards (or neighborhood associations in Mpls or District Councils in St. Paul) could be a very interesting starting point for creating open source tools for connecting local people to a hybrid of representative decision-making and participatory democracy.

I've always wondered what the Drupal or WordPress template and plugin/module combo would be to make participatory local democracy more accessible.

Also, on webcasting ... the Volis project from Estonia might be worth checking out. I was told it was open source: https://www.volis.ee/gvolis/?lang=en

Cheers,
Steven Clift

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