Commit bddd0e16 authored by Emmanuel Raviart's avatar Emmanuel Raviart

Remove projects that were stored in tools and update tools.

parent 014e730b
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en:
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value: "<p>From the White House <a href=\"http://www.whitehouse.gov/save-award\">website</a>:</p>\n<blockquote>\n<p>In\
\ 2009, President Obama called for “a process through which every government worker can submit their ideas for how\
\ their agency can save money and perform better.” The President’s <span class=\"caps\">SAVE</span> (Securing Americans’\
\ Value and Efficiency) Award fulfilled this commitment by enabling Federal employees from across the government to\
\ submit their ideas for efficiencies and savings as part of the annual Budget process. Now in 2010, we are expanding\
\ the process so Federal employees can both submit ideas and vote on ideas submitted by others in a collaborative\
\ process.</p>\n</blockquote>\n<p>Award timeline:</p>\n<ul>\n\t<li>July 8, 2010: <span class=\"caps\">SAVE</span>\
\ Award launch</li>\n\t<li>July 22, 2010: Deadline for submissions for <span class=\"caps\">SAVE</span> Award 2010</li>\n\
\t<li>September 2010: <span class=\"caps\">SAVE</span> Award winner will be announced.</li>\n</ul"
name:
source: participatedb
value: 2010 SAVE Award
participatedb:
Added: July 11, 2010
Country: United States of America
Description: "<p>From the White House <a href=\"http://www.whitehouse.gov/save-award\">website</a>:</p>\n<blockquote>\n\
<p>In 2009, President Obama called for “a process through which every government worker can submit their ideas for how\
\ their agency can save money and perform better.” The President’s <span class=\"caps\">SAVE</span> (Securing Americans’\
\ Value and Efficiency) Award fulfilled this commitment by enabling Federal employees from across the government to submit\
\ their ideas for efficiencies and savings as part of the annual Budget process. Now in 2010, we are expanding the process\
\ so Federal employees can both submit ideas and vote on ideas submitted by others in a collaborative process.</p>\n</blockquote>\n\
<p>Award timeline:</p>\n<ul>\n\t<li>July 8, 2010: <span class=\"caps\">SAVE</span> Award launch</li>\n\t<li>July 22, 2010:\
\ Deadline for submissions for <span class=\"caps\">SAVE</span> Award 2010</li>\n\t<li>September 2010: <span class=\"\
caps\">SAVE</span> Award winner will be announced.</li>\n</ul"
ID: 190
Last updated: July 11, 2010
Name: 2010 SAVE Award
References:
- govt-spending-cuts-who-knows-best
- save-more
Tools used:
- ideascale
Web: http://saveaward2010.ideascale.com
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source: civicstack
value: 2nd City Zoning
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value: https://github.com/open-city/second-city-zoning
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......@@ -10,10 +10,9 @@ canonical:
source: civicstack
value: ¿Cuántas más?
programmingLanguages:
en:
- sources:
- civicstack
value: CSS
- sources:
- civicstack
value: CSS
tags:
en:
- sources:
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......@@ -10,10 +10,9 @@ canonical:
source: civicstack
value: ¿Dónde Reciclo?
programmingLanguages:
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- sources:
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sourceCode:
source: civicstack
value: https://github.com/datauy/DondeReciclo
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......@@ -10,10 +10,9 @@ canonical:
source: civicstack
value: ¿Hay Acuerdo?
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- sources:
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canonical:
longDescription:
en:
source: participatedb
value: <p>Article by Beth Noveck in First Monday, Volume 10, Number 11 – 7 November 2005.</p
name:
source: participatedb
value: A democracy of groups
participatedb:
Added: December 1, 2010
Country: United States of America
Description: <p>Article by Beth Noveck in First Monday, Volume 10, Number 11 – 7 November 2005.</p
ID: 127
Last updated: December 1, 2010
Name: A democracy of groups
Related tools:
- h20-rotisserie
- unchat
- web-lab
Web: http://firstmonday.org/article/viewArticle/1289/1209
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longDescription:
en:
source: participatedb
value: '<p>From the introduction:</p>
<blockquote>
<p>This consultation paper sets out a draft national approach to anti-bullying in Scotland. The purpose of this is
to:</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>* propose an approach to anti-bullying in Scotland for children and young people;<br>
* outline broadly contributions to this approach by sectors and stakeholders nationally; and<br>
* highlight the role of the Scottish Anti-Bullying Steering Group (<span class="caps">SABS</span>).</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>This paper has been developed by <span class="caps">SABS</span> and includes a draft vision, aims and a proposed
<br>
approach to anti-bullying for Scotland’s children and young people. It summarises very broadly <br>
what is being done at a national level in Scotland to prevent and tackle bullying. Beyond this a <br>
whole range of local- and issue-based activity takes place. We acknowledge that bullying occurs <br>
in adult life; this approach focuses on children and young people.</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>This consultation seeks views so that areas for development and improvement can be identified. In particular, it
provides an opportunity to seek the views of other agencies and professionals working with children and young people
on a national vision, aims and approach to anti-bullying in Scotland and to consider:</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>* contributions at all levels to this approach;<br>
* strengths and gaps;<br>
* what more needs to be done in the future at national and local levels;<br>
* how we can all contribute to this;<br>
* the role of the <span class="caps">SABS</span> in overseeing and co-ordinating this.</p>
</blockquote'
name:
source: participatedb
value: a national approach to anti-bullying for Scotland’s children and young people
participatedb:
Added: January 9, 2010
Country: United Kingdom (Great Britain)
Description: '<p>From the introduction:</p>
<blockquote>
<p>This consultation paper sets out a draft national approach to anti-bullying in Scotland. The purpose of this is to:</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>* propose an approach to anti-bullying in Scotland for children and young people;<br>
* outline broadly contributions to this approach by sectors and stakeholders nationally; and<br>
* highlight the role of the Scottish Anti-Bullying Steering Group (<span class="caps">SABS</span>).</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>This paper has been developed by <span class="caps">SABS</span> and includes a draft vision, aims and a proposed <br>
approach to anti-bullying for Scotland’s children and young people. It summarises very broadly <br>
what is being done at a national level in Scotland to prevent and tackle bullying. Beyond this a <br>
whole range of local- and issue-based activity takes place. We acknowledge that bullying occurs <br>
in adult life; this approach focuses on children and young people.</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>This consultation seeks views so that areas for development and improvement can be identified. In particular, it provides
an opportunity to seek the views of other agencies and professionals working with children and young people on a national
vision, aims and approach to anti-bullying in Scotland and to consider:</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>* contributions at all levels to this approach;<br>
* strengths and gaps;<br>
* what more needs to be done in the future at national and local levels;<br>
* how we can all contribute to this;<br>
* the role of the <span class="caps">SABS</span> in overseeing and co-ordinating this.</p>
</blockquote'
ID: 43
Last updated: April 5, 2010
Name: a national approach to anti-bullying for Scotland’s children and young people
Related projects:
- scottish-government-consultation-a-national-approach-to-anti-bullying-for-scotlands-children-and-young-people
Web: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Resource/Doc/292041/0090031.pdf
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name: ParticipateDB
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canonical:
longDescription:
en:
source: participatedb
value: '<p>This project ran from October 27 to November 3, 2008.</p>
<p>From the website:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><strong>How should we expand the use of information technology and protect personal privacy to improve health care?</strong></p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>On the eve of the 2008 presidential election, citizens and stakeholders from around the country convened here to
share their ideas and concerns about the future of our health IT and privacy policies. Over 3,000 people from every
state and 80 countries around the world visited this website, generating hundreds of ideas and comments.</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>Although the National Dialogue has concluded, the ideas and opinions remain available on this website for the review
of all those who are interested. It is our hope that this information will continue to spur dialogue and innovation
around this important topic.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>This online dialogue generated more than 100 ideas and concerns.</p'
name:
source: participatedb
value: A National Dialogue on Health Information Technology and Privacy
participatedb:
Added: November 28, 2009
Country: United States of America
Description: '<p>This project ran from October 27 to November 3, 2008.</p>
<p>From the website:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><strong>How should we expand the use of information technology and protect personal privacy to improve health care?</strong></p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>On the eve of the 2008 presidential election, citizens and stakeholders from around the country convened here to share
their ideas and concerns about the future of our health IT and privacy policies. Over 3,000 people from every state and
80 countries around the world visited this website, generating hundreds of ideas and comments.</p>
</blockquote>
<blockquote>
<p>Although the National Dialogue has concluded, the ideas and opinions remain available on this website for the review
of all those who are interested. It is our hope that this information will continue to spur dialogue and innovation around
this important topic.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>This online dialogue generated more than 100 ideas and concerns.</p'
ID: 41
Last updated: March 4, 2012
Name: A National Dialogue on Health Information Technology and Privacy
References:
- national-dialogue-on-health-it-and-privacy
- open-government-a-progress-report-to-the-american-people
- promising-practices-in-online-engagement
- the-promise-and-problems-of-online-deliberation
Tools used:
- dialogue-app
Web: http://www.thenationaldialogue.org/healthit
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data_repository_url: https://git.framasoft.org/codegouv/participatedb-yaml
name: ParticipateDB
source_url: http://www.participatedb.com/
canonical:
longDescription:
en:
source: participatedb
value: '<p>From the <a href="http://www.homelandsecuritydialogue.org/">website</a> :</p>
<blockquote>
<p>“Between July 16th and October 4th of <sup class="footnote" id="fnr2009"><a href="#fn2009">2009</a></sup>, more
than 20,000 stakeholders from all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia participated in the National Dialogue
on the Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (<span class="caps">QHSR</span>). The valuable comments and ideas solicited
were used directly to inform the study groups tasked with writing the <span class="caps">QHSR</span> for the Department
of Homeland Security. The final report has been delivered to Congress” and can be seen <a href="http://www.dhs.gov/qhsr">on
the Department of Homeland Security’s <span class="caps">QHSR</span> page</a> . The <span class="caps">QHSR</span>
Dialogue website has an archived version of the three-stage dialogue.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Further reading: <a href="http://citizenserviceaward.wordpress.com/2010/02/22/dialogues-on-the-quadrennial-homeland-security-review/">An
evaluation at the Citizen Service Award Blog</a></p'
name:
source: participatedb
value: A National Dialogue on the Quadrennial Homeland Security Review
participatedb:
Added: March 31, 2010
Country: United States of America
Description: '<p>From the <a href="http://www.homelandsecuritydialogue.org/">website</a> :</p>
<blockquote>
<p>“Between July 16th and October 4th of <sup class="footnote" id="fnr2009"><a href="#fn2009">2009</a></sup>, more than
20,000 stakeholders from all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia participated in the National Dialogue on the
Quadrennial Homeland Security Review (<span class="caps">QHSR</span>). The valuable comments and ideas solicited were
used directly to inform the study groups tasked with writing the <span class="caps">QHSR</span> for the Department of
Homeland Security. The final report has been delivered to Congress” and can be seen <a href="http://www.dhs.gov/qhsr">on
the Department of Homeland Security’s <span class="caps">QHSR</span> page</a> . The <span class="caps">QHSR</span> Dialogue
website has an archived version of the three-stage dialogue.</p>
</blockquote>
<p>Further reading: <a href="http://citizenserviceaward.wordpress.com/2010/02/22/dialogues-on-the-quadrennial-homeland-security-review/">An
evaluation at the Citizen Service Award Blog</a></p'
ID: 165
Last updated: May 27, 2010