[okfn-discuss] Suggestion to sign the Declaration on Parliamentary Openness
pedro at esfera.mobi
Wed Aug 8 22:02:12 UTC 2012
just received an email from Andrew saying that more then 50 orgs signed for
the Declaration. Cool :)
The OKFN appears a few times (both as Germany and UK).
Do you think it's worthy signing it as OKFN-Br as well?
We've been participating a lot on those discussions, so I would think it
makes sense. But then again don't know if it's worthy having every local
chapter signing it separately?
On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 11:37 AM, Daniel Dietrich
<daniel.dietrich at okfn.org>wrote:
> Hi all,
> I suggest we go ahead and sign the Declaration on Parliamentary Openness
> as nobody opposed.
> All the best
> On 14 Jul 2012, at 20:04, Daniel Dietrich wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I would like to suggest the OKFN to sign the Declaration on
> Parliamentary Openness:
> > http://www.openingparliament.org/declaration
> > The declaration is currently in draft modus awaiting comments here:
> > http://publicmarkup.org/bill/opening-parliament-declaration/
> > The Declaration will be publicly announced on 15 September at the
> "International Day of Democracy", at the World e-Parliament Conference 2012
> in Rom, see: http://www.ictparliament.org/
> > Interesting for some people at the OKFN is the proposed technical
> collaboration around PMO sites using a shared technology stack. Discussion
> about this will take place at: transparency-tech at googlegroups.com
> > What do people think?
> > All best
> > Daniel
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