Re: [govtrack] Californa state-level tracking
- Scott Beardsley wrote:
> As a side project my friend and I are going to beginWow, good luck. That would be great to have online.
> digitizing the election results going back to the
> start of California in 1850.
> One thing that I've noticed about both govtrack.us andThat's a good point. There isn't a way on GovTrack to see who held what
> aroundthecapitol.com is difficulty in browsing older
> data. Any plans to improve this?
positions before this year. I'll add that to my list of things to do.
- Joshua Tauberer
** Nothing Unreal Exists **
- --- Joshua Tauberer <tauberer@...> wrote:
> Wow, good luck.Hah, I don't know why people keep telling me that;
maybe I'm about to find out.
I've just found PURL (http://purl.org/) from reading a
bit on RDF. It'd be nice to get an all-encompassing
structure for government data sources.
most of your stuff.
then /gov/us/ca/legislature/(election|bill|...) for
I'm betting this was already part of the plan, but I
wanted to throw it out in case it wasn't.
Do you Yahoo!?
Meet the all-new My Yahoo! - Try it today!