Tag Archives: Legislative version control

Joergensen on UELMA-compliant digital law publishing: New Jersey Statutes Online

Associate Dean John Joergensen of Rutgers University has posted video of his presentation entitled New Jersey Statutes Online: A little better, given last week at CALICon 2013: Conference for Law School Computing. Here is the abstract: With the State of … Continue reading

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Wonderlich on Legislative Collaboration and Version Control

John Wonderlich of the Sunlight Foundation has an interesting new post entitled On Legislative Collaboration and Version Control, at the Sunlight Foundation Blog. He writes: Proponents of applying version control systems to law have a powerful vision: a bill or … Continue reading

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Bruce on Legislative Identifier Granularity

Tom Bruce of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School (LII) has posted Identifiers, Part 2: Identifier Granularity, on LII’s new legislative metadata blog, Making Metasausage. In this post, Tom explores legislative identifier granularity, or the level of … Continue reading

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Moore on an Open Version Control System for Legislation

David Moore of Participatory Politics Foundation (PPF) has posted Yes, let’s stride towards an open VCS for legislation (or, GitHub for laws on OC), at the OpenCongress Blog. David’s post is a response to Abe Voelker’s recent post entitled GitLaw: … Continue reading

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