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# See also

Democracy Sites REFERENCES progressivedemocracy.cc/democracy-sites

Static site generation is a simple and effective modern way to create web sites. Advantages include reduced complexity, easier compliance, cheaper hosting, amongst other benefits.

Here we look at tools for data visualisation for Platform Earth and wiki.

Here we look at how to work with maps in wiki. In particular we want to look out how we can use wiki to create and document walks, oral histories, and map festivals.

We've run into some coding difficulties deep in the core of wiki while exploring an improved Print Plugin. The questions escalate to those of representing dynamic behavior in a static medium. Here we explore how wiki should cooperate with ebooks and print on demand.

Liquid Democracy is a marriage between Direct Democracy, and Representative Democracy. It aims to create a more flexible and fluid way for people to express their Democratic Preference.

The ways we are able to express our ideas and political beliefs in a political process are currently very limited. Placing a cross on a piece of paper once ever 4 years is hardly the most expressive form of communication.

In software engineering, a project fork happens when developers take a copy of source code from one software package and start independent development on it, creating a distinct and separate piece of software. The term often implies not merely a development branch, but a split in the developer community, a form of schism.

Bruno Latour is the philosopher behind the title of this wiki. On this wiki we Idea Mine a range of disciplines around the notion that science, law, media and politics can be remixed in new and potentially fruitful ways.

On this site we collect links, code and ideas about how we can visualise and navigate graphs.

Small groups of four or five participants sit around a table and discuss an open-ended question for a structured amount of time.

Socrates Café are gatherings around the world where people from different backgrounds get together and exchange thoughtfully developed philosophical perspectives, based on their unique experiences, while embracing the version of the Socratic Method developed by founder Christopher Phillips.