[Open-Legislation] French civil code on git

JOSEFSSON Erik erik.josefsson at europarl.europa.eu
Wed Apr 8 09:57:56 UTC 2015

https://at4am.eu is the real thing! :-)


From: open-legislation [open-legislation-bounces at lists.okfn.org] on behalf of stef [s at ctrlc.hu]
Sent: Wednesday 8 April 2015 11:46
To: John Levin
Cc: open-legislation
Subject: Re: [Open-Legislation] French civil code on git

On Wed, Apr 08, 2015 at 11:17:23AM +0200, John Levin wrote:
> An interesting project from France: the civil code on github:
> Article:
> http://qz.com/373326/the-entire-french-legal-code-dating-back-to-napoleon-is-now-on-github/i/373366/
> Code:
> https://github.com/steeve/france.code-civil
> Searchable interface:
> http://www.codecivilsearch.fr/

the old question nags again, why does it make sense to put this stuff into
github? stefan wehrmeyer did it with the german bundestag. and please spare me
the "citizens can submit amendments as pull requests" argument, if you know
how politics/parliaments work, this is very far away detached from reality.

otr fp: https://www.ctrlc.hu/~stef/otr.txt
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