[MG] Kind of presentable (sort of)

Michael Allan mike at zelea.com
Sun Jun 6 17:35:21 EDT 2010

I've been working over the last week or so to make this stuff
presentable (sort of).  Here's what I ended up with.  This page, for
example, is a position draft for a city bylaw (ordinance). [1]

   (hit refresh to see the latest styles)

Again, the front end is commons (supplier-neutral) technology.  The
back end is currently serviced by Votorola.  But the back end is all
plug-in components, so we can easily augment/replace Votorola. [2]

This is a milestone for me.  The whole thing is finally at a point
where it's potentially usable (sort of).  I originally predicted it
would take six months (elections only), and ended up working on it for
three years (but with legislative voting thrown in). [3]

Is it good enough?  (I'm just coasting now, wondering what to do

 [1] That's just one example.  I like cities, myself.  Ed prefers
     small organizations, and Thomas prefers global issues.  But we
     can cover all of them.

 [2] Votorola also supplies the overall description of what we're doing
     with these tools: http://zelea.com/project/votorola/home.xht

 [3] These are my original posts, from three years ago:

     It's also a year since Thomas and I started working together with
     a focus on the common stuff (beyond Votorola). Thomas's invention
     of vote mirroring was crucial to the effort.  (You can't really
     do e-dem without vote mirroring.)  Here are his original posts:

Michael Allan

Toronto, +1 647-436-4521

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