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Direct voting on all city decisions

People should be able to participate in all city decisions from draft proposals through decision making

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Use Drupal

Use Drupal: http://drupal.org/

It's simple.

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Live Music Listings

A better live-music search. Use Turn2Live (turn2live.com) as an event feeder and event manager. They will have the fully fleshed out version of the site within 2 months. Not to mention, COA doesn't need to spend $45-$60K on maintenance for their live-music portal.

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Primary Contractor Required by RFP

Iteresting concept, but the City will have to get a bid from a Primary Vendor that meets the requirements of the RFP.

 

I have a campaign going on http://meterthis.net/coawebsite to track progress.

 

Good luck on your process here.

 

@jmacofearth

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Demographics data compilations

property statistics compilations. ie- given an address: returns home values/comps,historical crime data, ethnic diversity, rental rates, school data, avg util rates with historical trend comparisons

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Map of where free wireless access is available.

A chart or map of where free wireless access is available. List coffee shops, libraries, etc. Maybe even list places that also have computers that people can freely access, or include ones that charge also.

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Community input

I would like to see a Yelp - style input/feedback section. The community should be able to rate services and make comments. I realize this can get ugly, but if Yelp and the neighborhood listservs are any example the sum total is quite informative.

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Resources for New Residents

A list of all the service providers for new residents - cable providers, utilities, etc.

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Socially Organized Meta-Information Portal

Clearly, the CoA website needs to provide access to information and services sourced by CoA. However, there is no need to replicate information that is available elsewhere. The CoA website should serve as a centralized portal, aggregator, rebroadcaster & directory of information sources (not specific external content). Owners of the information sources should be able to self-register. CoA users should be able to tag, ...more »

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RAW DATA

Follow & conform with Linked Data W3C Project. Wikipedia paraphrasing 4 principles of Linked Data Tim Berners-Lee memo: * Use URIs to identify things that you expose to the Web as resources. * Use HTTP URIs so that people can locate and look up (dereference) these things. * Provide useful information about the resource when its URI is dereferenced. * Include links to other, related URIs in the exposed data as a means ...more »

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comprehensive voting record of each council member

comprehensive voting record of each council member

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Use WebKit (HTML5) Client Side Databases When Available

HTML5 includes a powerful client side SQL DB capability that hardly any sites use yet. This would be a perfect place to store user prefs and other user-specific data instead of in session variables, if the browser allows it. Could fall back to session variables and cookies for older browsers, but any WebKit based browser should be able to manage its own user data.

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