Re: [govtrack] Re: question about voting
- I would love to volunteer for technical tasks. Especially for web app programming, etc. As time permits.
I've installed a lot of wiki's, calendars, credit card/debit card processing for many clubs, etc.
the credit card/debit card processing is also free for nonprofits.On Thu, Jun 26, 2008 at 5:56 PM, Harvey Frey <hsfrey@...> wrote:The engine used by wikipedia is available for free for non-profit use at http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki.I had once thought of using it on my own website, but I think it's beyond my technical skills.A couple of others that looked attractive were Midgard Wiki and MoinMoin. An extensive comparison is at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_wiki_software.I'd be happy to moderate (and I think it SHOULD be moderated, to avoid wikipedia-style edit wars) the discussion on ERISA and health care.As for a legislator willing to consider hoppering a bill to fix ERISA, I notice that Jean Shaheen, running in New Hampshire, has expressly made that part of her platform.HarveySent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 5:52 AMSubject: Re: [govtrack] Re: question about voting
> So what do you guys have in mind? Is as simple as "write-a-bill" with
> wiki backbone? If so, this is very doable.
I'm happy to host a wiki for this if there are people willing to
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