Can anyone share some current examples that they like and see as effective of wiki government? Peer-to-Patent is always used as the example, but their website says they have closed the pilot. I could really use some examples to use during a talk this weekend. Help!
Examples of wiki government?
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Peer-to-patent will return; don’t despair. But meanwhile here’s an open discussion:
And a finished discussion:
The best example I can think of at the moment is the Future Melbourne site: http://www.futuremelbourne.com.au/wiki/view/FMPlan
Check the GovLoop wiki (on top under banner) under Gov 2.0 Examples.
Thanks for the ideas, folks. People at Barcamp Tacoma where I gave the talk appreciated the examples I listed, some of which made the slideshow: http://www.slideshare.net/walterneary/the-static-age-challenges-to-a-more-digital-democracy I trimmed about 10 slides at the last minute out of compassion for my audience 😉