[MG] Starting e-democracy: What next?
krisdev at gmail.com
Thu Jun 10 04:56:56 EDT 2010
Thanks. Yes. I now live in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.
I would like to test the tool by asking citizens to raise issues of concern
on the city. Is it possible to add a sub-city by the user?
On Tue, May 25, 2010 at 6:26 PM, Thomas von der Elbe <
ThomasvonderElbe at gmx.de> wrote:
> Hello Kris,
> Kris Dev wrote:
>> Can I create a geographic constituency any where in the world using a
>> map and start raising issues (functional subject matter) for voting?
> You can do this, but not with Google map. And it requires some explanation.
> We still need to write a help section on this. And then you can raise issues
> for voting ...
> Do you want me to create a specific geographic constituency for you?
> Start : a mailing list of the Metagovernment project
> Post to the list: Start at metagovernment.org
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