Monthly Archives: February 2013

Toolkit for a community

When a group decides it is time to adopt a software solution for their government needs,  there are a number of things which would be desireable and should be readily available for their purposes. A website should be created to … Continue reading

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Central repository

All data introduced or recorded in the system is never removed or purged, especially for the collection of rules approved. In particular, the data is not only stored bit also organised. This means that all the information shpuld be searched … Continue reading

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Feedback and review

A software solution for managing the policy process also requires to answer to the requirements of monitoring, analysis and review. In fact these are quite vital part of the system. In order to make a system flexible and consistent, a … Continue reading

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Prototyping and testing

Determining whether a new model is workable, no matter the domain of application, is ultimately demonstrable with testing. The same applies with the one proposed here. The design of this model is based on a very small number of axioms … Continue reading

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About competence and roles

One of the reasons one might think that a political figure or role is required in a community is because it is automatically assigned with an idea of competence, experience and tradition into how to run that area. Take for … Continue reading

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Implementation notes and open source approach

Software technologies are instrumental to the evolution of this idea. The ideal implementation of such system is in fact in the realm of a software application which implements the fundamental logic rules covered so far. The individual would be interacting … Continue reading

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How to determine what requires your attention

As briefly described in the previous post it would be desirable to reduce the amount of traffic reaching the individual’s attention, simply because he would like to focus on the items he cares about mostly. A way of reducing the … Continue reading

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