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* [http://groups.google.com.au/group/gov20canberra Australia - Gov 2.0 List]
 
* [http://groups.google.com.au/group/gov20canberra Australia - Gov 2.0 List]
 
* [http://groups.google.com/group/visiblegovernment-discuss Canada - Visible Government List]
 
* [http://groups.google.com/group/visiblegovernment-discuss Canada - Visible Government List]
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* [https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/odadi South Africa Open Data and Democracy Initiative]
 
* [http://groups.google.com/group/changecamp Canada - Change Camp List]
 
* [http://groups.google.com/group/changecamp Canada - Change Camp List]
 
* [http://epractice.eu/en/home EU - ePractice.eu] - Many groups  
 
* [http://epractice.eu/en/home EU - ePractice.eu] - Many groups  

Revision as of 13:51, 10 December 2013

Online groups for connecting people interested in the use of technology for government transparency, public participation, collaboration, and community building. Please add the "two-way" places with real life to them.

E-Democracy.org directly hosts some key spaces, CityCamp for general local open government/transparency/participation, Digital Inclusion, and Locals Online for hosts of local online forums/blogs/social networking groups.

As part of our educational mission, we monitor most of these spaces and forward notable content via the Democracies Online Newswire and @democracy on Twitter.

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Project Specific

  • Google Civic Information API
  • Civic Data Standard
  • DemocracyMap

IRC Channels

  • #codeforamerica
  • #sunlightlabs
  • #mschat (mySociety)
  • #openplans
  • #localwiki
  • #openparliament
  • #opennews

Twitter Hashtags to Watch

Country Specific Hashtags

Local by City/State/Province

For the multi-city online group, see CityCamp.

Background

There are dozens of online groups, from those on GoogleGroups and Ning-based social networks to group blogs and Twitter hashtag communities, connecting people interested in the use of technology for government transparency, public participation, and community building.

At the national/global level there will never be one unified place people exchange knowledge on these topics as people and interests specialize. However at the local or state level, just online spaces tend to be more unified but almost impossible to find for new people wanting to get involved. So this is our place to start a simple directory of those local/state online groups that are emerging.

 

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