[pp.int.general] PP Tunisia and e-governance

Jay Emerson jemers2 at gmail.com
Sun Feb 27 09:26:25 CET 2011

Cool, good to know thank you!

Jay Emerson
Administrative Officer
Pirate Party of New York
On Feb 26, 2011 7:49 PM, "Nuno Cardoso" <nuno.cardoso at partidopiratapt.eu>
> Some Pirate Parties (Germany, Brazil, Austria and Switzerland) are using
> something like that already
> http://www.public-software-group.org/liquid_feedback
> That one is very good and well worth a try. The only drawback is
> some anonymity is lost in the process for those who don't want to be
> but do want to give proxy to someone, but it's an ongoing project, and
> eventually all edges can be smoothed :)
> Nuno Cardoso
> International Coordinator, Portuguese Pirate Party
> On Sat, Feb 26, 2011 at 11:57 PM, Richard Stallman <rms at gnu.org> wrote:
>> The revolution in Tunisia could be an opportunity to go beyond voting
>> every few years. For instance, imagine if each citizen could give a
>> proxy to someone, and anyone that has at least X proxies sits in
>> Parliament and has X votes there, but you can change your proxy at any
>> time.
>> --
>> Dr Richard Stallman
>> President, Free Software Foundation
>> 51 Franklin St
>> Boston MA 02110
>> USA
>> www.fsf.org, www.gnu.org
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