[OpenSpending] Notes from last week's call: Technology for Participatory Budgeting
Gilles Pradeau - Budget participatif
gilles.pradeau at budgetparticipatif.info
Tue Mar 6 14:07:31 GMT 2012
Good job Lucy.
I will be here on thursday.
If I had to write this categorization, I'd analyze what kind of tools
are useful for each PB stage :
- building capacities
- setting priorities
Most of those tools are dedicated to only one stage.
See you on thursday then.
Le 06/03/12 15:30, Lucy Chambers a écrit :
> Hi All,
> Thanks for bearing with me, the notes from last week's call on
> Technology for Participatory Budgeting are now online!
> To read the overview of what was discussed - please see this blog
> post: http://blog.openspending.org/2012/03/06/participatory-budgeting-and-technology/
> The full notes can be found on this wiki page (feel free to contribute
> and amend accordingly!):
> By way of followup, before the next call - I would be very grateful
> for the list's input on 3 areas in particular:
> * Categorisations - we tried to group the existing applications by
> type to assess what type of activity they were most suited for and to
> identify whether there were any trends, are the distinctions
> meaningfu?l (http://wiki.openspending.org/Meetups/Participatory_Budgeting#Classification_of_PB_tools)
> * User groups section of the census - based on feedback from the
> meeting I added an additional column into the census and a tab for the
> key to help us assess the target groups of each of the projects and
> work out what things work for various sectors of society.
> * Add to the agenda for the next call (below)
> I feel it would be very useful to have a followup call as even though
> we covered a lot on this call, we barely scratched the surface!
> I would like to propose 5pm GMT this Thursday 8th March - if you can
> make it. Please as before add your name and Skype details to the new
> pad: http://wdmmg.okfnpad.org/pb2
> Looking forward to speaking to you next time,
> Lucy Chambers
> Community Coordinator,
> OpenSpending& Data Journalism
> Open Knowledge Foundation
> Skype: lucyfediachambers
> Twitter: @lucyfedia
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