Welcome to E-Democracy.Org's wiki at pages.e-democracy.org, where you produce the content.
How to find your way?
- 1. Search. Press search for keywords or go if you know the exact name of the page you seek.
- 3. Popular or All - View popular pages to see what others find most useful or scan the list of all pages.
- 4. Create new page. Or press "edit" on existing pages to update content.
- 5. Some major starting points also include:
- St. Paul
UK communities with active local Issues Forums.
- Brighton & Hove
- UK political news
- Political news - Links to major media resources
- President 2008 - Our wiki with election 2008 links
Pages related to the development and governance of E-Democracy.Org
- Strategic plan - for 2007-2009
- E-Debates - resources you can use to organize your own online candidate debate
- GroupServer - GroupServer is the open source software package that we use to host our forums. Watch the video.
- Outreach - Notes on outreach to new participants and diverse voices
- Grants - Our drafting zone for grant proposals
- Minneapolis neighborhood forums- Our planning effort
- Oxford e-democracy evaluation - Notes on the evaluation of Issues Forums in the UK
- Forum manager resources - Templates and forms that can be used or modified.
- Participants guide - Tips and tricks for participating in an E-Democracy.Org forum, including a "users guide to Groupserver" (our discussion forum software).
- Local Issues Forums - A comprehensive guide
- Start A Forum - This template for starting a forum, is still under development, but feel free to tak a look.
If you are new "wiki" user, the MediaWiki User's Guide is available.
This wiki was upgraded significantly. ALL users must create a new account (as of July 10, 2007). Open page edits now require confirmation.