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use trac (or similar technology) for governmental purposes
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states usually have no bug tracking system for issues, no wiki where citizens can comment on planned bills in real-time.

using trac (or similar technology) would probably lead to better government.

erlehmann, Jan 10 2008

trac http://trac.edgewall.org/
homepage of trac (bug tracking system + wiki) [erlehmann, Jan 10 2008]

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       Bug #21358235 "MP corruption" closed by Federal Minister of the Interior (WORKSFORME)
erlehmann, Jan 10 2008
  

       I imagine you're assuming that citizens would be sufficiently aware of the intricacies involved, and that politicians would take any notice of such comments. It's a reasonable enough idea, but the signal to noise ratio would be a serious issue.
angel, Jan 11 2008
  
      
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