Enlaces que pueden interesaros:
- Open Data is Civic Capital: Best Practices for “Open Government Data” – This document is a best practices guide for governments embracing the notion of “open data”. It discusses why open government data is beneficial to society, i.e. how it is civic capital, and what kinds of technological considerations must be made when making government data open. The document is intended to be read both by web managers, who may wish to skip the final Recommendations section, and by government web developers.
- Gov 2.0: It’s All About The Platform – So too with Government 2.0. A lot of people equate the term with government use of social media, either to solicit public participation or to get out its message in new ways. Some people think it means making government more transparent. Some people think it means adding AJAX to government websites, or replacing those websites with government APIs, or building new cloud platforms for shared government services. And yes, it means all those things.
- Open Government Innovation Gallery – In the Innovations Gallery, the public can browse examples of new ways in which agencies across the Executive branch are using transparency, participation, and collaboration to achieve their mission.
- The Internet and Civic Engagement – Contrary to the hopes of some advocates, the internet is not changing the socio-economic character of civic engagement in America. Just as in offline civic life, the well-to-do and well-educated are more likely than those less well off to participate in online political activities such as emailing a government official, signing an online petition or making a political contribution.
- MyIdea4CA.com – a Twitter forum for sharing & discussing ideas to move California forward – Governor Schwarzenegger launched the www.MyIdea4CA.com website for Twitter users to share and discuss their ideas to move California forward. The MyIdea4CA Twitter Forum was initiated to extend a popular conversation that began in June of 2009 on Twitter when Governor Schwarzenegger called for public participation for new ideas on the state budget. This discussion created one of Twitter’s most discussed trending topics with its use of the #myidea4ca hashtag. With the creation of MyIdea4CA.com the use of the #myidea4ca hashtag has now been expanded to include eighteen categories over a vast range of issues from transportation to state parks.