|From:||Noel Hidalgo | B.|
|Sent on:||Monday, May 5, 2014 4:26 PM|
Why isn't The Green Book online?Having had the Green Book "online" it's all the more shocking that's it is no longer so.But as we all know, being "online" is a meaningless term.What's all the more astonishing is the fanfare associated with it's initial "online" release:Why isn't the Green Book a wiki so that updates can happen in realtime AND we could then see historical data?There's no need for this to be a Socrata hosted open data project, just make it mediawiki and only allow editing from within nyc.gov, ok, ok, probably should also allow editing from *.govThoughts?--Dan EldridgeScreenshot:
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