[Open-Legislation] French civil code on git
b.ooghe at gmail.com
Wed Apr 8 10:23:19 UTC 2015
> the old formats of amendments does not allow exactly that? like in the 2 and 3
> way diffs the parliament publishes (again based on EP experiences)
Nope, amendements here look like « After the comma at the 6th line of
article 4, replace "dhfgsdfsd" by "qsdfsdfhsdf" and change last word
with "qsdfsdf" » so diffs really change the deal
> does that work at your "democracy"? in europes we have compromise-amendments
> and other ways to dilute the responsibility and thus the blaming is defused.
> amendments are introduced not by the MEPs, but by their staff as well, see
> erik creating and championing amendments.
> lobbyplag did i think a much more useful service by going further and
> attributing the blame not on the meps, but on the influencers. much less focus
> on the tool, and much more emphasis on the outcome.
> i have all the data to put the EP into git, i was thinking about it back when
> stefan did it, and i did not find any positive return on my investment into
> this project, also discussions with stefan did not convince me. i am still
> looking for one, to explain at least why the others do it. maybe your
> legislative environment is different from the one i'm working on, but i doubt
> serious differences.
Indeed at the EP compromise amendments fuck everything up :/
But yes in France it would be doable ultimately (currently what we can
have is blame that leads to which bill introduced what, and blame
which MP lead to which line in a bill, we would now need to assemble
> otr fp: https://www.ctrlc.hu/~stef/otr.txt
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