From DoWire Wiki
The final briefs:
- Advanced Web Comment Forms
- Budget Proposals Online
- Content Syndication
- Community Portals
- Democracy Portal
- Democratized Navigation
- Elected Official Videos
- E-mail Response Policy
- Geographic Personalisation
- M-Democracy - Mobile Content
- SMS Citizen Input
- Voter Education Online
- Wireless Internet
An E-democracy Best Practices "Brief" is a short case study on e-democracy online features, techniques, software, or strategies.
Each brief explains or describes:
- The feature
- Objectives - What it is for
- Rationale - Why use it
- Benefits to various audiences
- Limitations and cautions
- Successful Examples
- Resource links
- Priority briefs - Priority briefs for major draft completion by January 7, 2005, BP honorariums are available
- Unique keywords - Will help you get started with our Shared Bookmarks.
- UK deadlines - When briefs and case studies are submitted, reviewed, finalized.
- Brief Template
- Briefs List - Suggest and organize topics here.
- Case Studies - Larger briefs on e-democracy "projects"
Our priority briefs focus is on local governments and communities. In reality, most features are generic to every level of government or any of the democratic sectors for that matter. What a media or non-profit organization does online might apply to a government web site and vice versa.
In order to stake a claim as a drafting lead, you need to join the BP Leadership Team, create a wiki account, contact Steven Clift - email@example.com - and we'll make a note of it on the priority briefs.
Portions of this site supported by the UK Local E-Democracy National Project.