Tag Archives: GitHub and eparticipation

Zvenyach: Annotating the Law

V. David Zvenyach has posted slides of his presentation entitled Annotating the Law, given last week at the iAnnotate 2014 Conference, held in San Francisco, California, USA. The presentation describes an open annotation system for statutory codes, on GitHub or … Continue reading

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Bruce on GitLaw

Tom Bruce of the Legal Information Institute has posted GitHub: It Ain’t Magic Pixie Dust, at his blog, b-screeds. Here are excerpts: These days, people are sticking legislation into GitHub at a furious pace. It is all the rage among … Continue reading

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White House publishes Open Data Policy memorandum on GitHub, enabling eParticipation

Among the interesting features of the White House’s new Open Data Policy is that the memorandum that provides policy guidance to agencies in complying with the policy (M-13-13) was published on GitHub, using GitHub’s “Pages” service — see the White … Continue reading

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