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Santaclauze355815dIve thought about it and it makes so much sense.
I was looking to start a project like this.
A lot of the time they do have something like that.
sbiewald43715dToS, privacy policies and EULAs should be in a git repository, too.
There must be a way to detect illecit changes.
stop370014din germany this is possible and automatable with an relative "easy" crawler. and now in hessen directly, since most people voted to allow electronical publications of laws.
DeWil8814dNow, just use a serious voting plugin on the laws which is used in parlament and it gets even more genius ^^
Scipio80014dInteresting fact, I was on the Wikipedia page for GitHub and turns out the only time Github has ever been censored is when it was used to circumvent national law.
Russia - user posted suicide manuals
India - pro isis content
DDoS by China - tools for circumventing internet censorship
Turkey - containing leaked emails of a minister
Just thought someone might find this interesting 👍
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/... > Censorship
AdrienNini133414dThat's a good idea ! This way it'll be easier to revert a law !
lxmcf1567614dActually makes sense, going to be hard to keep trolling away because can you imagine how merge requests are just going to add total bullshit...
Still a good idea, would make petitions a whole tonne easier
kshep92334114dI had an idea about a year ago for an open source manifesto. In my country, each political party has their ideas about where the country needs to be by the end of their 5 year term. This results in a lot of slate wiping whenever new parties come into power.
The open source manifesto would serve as *the* plan for the country and political parties will be elected based on their ability to execute what's in the manifesto.
craig939393167413d*github goes down
The purge: git happens
xaras728dThey can use features toggling to test law in production
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