[Open-Legislation] All your data are belong to us
erik.josefsson at europarl.europa.eu
Mon Apr 25 17:21:36 BST 2011
I am afraid you first have to have a working workaround to be able to start such dialogue.
As with tmail/epfsug, now after the 19 April workshop there is a concrete interest in interoperable mail from the EP's "responsible parties": http://www.osor.eu/news/alternative-open-source-mail-server-improves-meps-email-access
From: stef [mailto:stefan.marsiske at gmail.com]
Sent: Mon 4/25/2011 5:34 PM
To: JOSEFSSON Erik
Cc: open-legislation at lists.okfn.org
Subject: Re: [Open-Legislation] All your data are belong to us
On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 09:47:23AM +0200, JOSEFSSON Erik wrote:
> In such documents the deadlines (and other interesting stuff) is displayed like this:
> 24. Modernisation of public procurement
> 2011/2048(INI) COM(2011)0015
> Rapporteur: Heide Rühle (Verts/ALE)
> Responsible: IMCO -
> Opinions: INTA -
> CONT - Bart Staes (Verts/ALE)
> ECON - Decision: no opinion
> EMPL - Julie Girling (ECR)
> ENVI - Åsa Westlund (S&D)
> ITRE - Konrad Szymanski (ECR)
> REGI -
> JURI - Decision: no opinion
> * Exchange of views
> * Deadline for tabling amendments:14 July 2011, 12.00
pdfs are the tools of the devil (and the printing industry).
instead of doing dirty workarounds, can we pls have access to the raw source?
sir, you're in an excellent position to start such a dialogue with the
and yes, this information is very important for our work, so if anyone has a
dirty workaround and can reliably scrape this info, that is very welcome.
gpg fp: F617 AC77 6E86 5830 08B8 BB96 E7A4 C6CF A84A 7140
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