A Twitter chat on the topic, “how to open your state and local legislature with open-source software, open data, and the help of the Free Law Founders,” is being held 19 September 2014, from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. Eastern Time, at hashtags #OpenParl2014 and #FreeLaw
Here is a description of the event, from the announcement:
[…] As part of Global Legislative Openness Week 2014, members of the Free Law Founders (FLF) will host a Tweet Chat [on 19 September 2014] from 9-10 AM EST […], taking your questions on how to open your state and local legislature with open-source software, open data and the help of the FLF. To participate, simply tag your tweet with #OpenParl2014 and #FreeLaw.
Topics could range from how to deliver an open data policy for your local legislature to strategies for building an open legislature movement where you live…but everything “open government” is on the table. Join the conversation tomorrow on Twitter!
What: Tweet Chat on How to Open Your State & Local Legislature
When: Friday, September 19 from 9-10 AM EST
- NYC Council Member Ben Kallos (@BenKallos)
- San Francisco Supervisor Mark Farrell (@MarkFarrellSF)
- DC Council Member Tommy Wells (@TommyWellsDC)
- DC Council Member David Grosso (@Team_Grosso)
- Chicago City Clerk Susana Mendoza (@ChiCityClerk)
- The Sunlight Foundation (@SunFoundation)
- DC Council Chief Counsel David Zvenyach (@vdavez)
- The OpenGov Foundation (@FoundOpenGov)
- MIT Human Dynamics Lab’s Dazza Greenwood (@LegalScience)
- OpenGov Foundation Exec. Director Seamus Kraft (@SeamusKraft)
- OpenGov Developer Bill Hunt (@Krues8dr)
- Participatory Politics Foundation Founder David Moore (@PPolitics)
- Boston’s Principal Data Scientist Curt Savoie (@CurtSavoie)
For more details, please see the announcement.