[FoRK] traffic analysis of legislation

Stephen Williams sdw at lig.net
Mon Feb 3 11:14:36 PST 2014

Definitely awesome.  One could argue that every other method is more 
expensive, far less transparent, and substandard.  The Archives and 
Congress should do a much better job, although the latter probably 
doesn't want to.  One problem with git is that it would be difficult, 
but not impossible, to commit a change with a tentative author and then 
update it later when more information is available.


On 2/3/14, 8:02 AM, Gregory Alan Bolcer wrote:
> That would be awesome.  I'd go even further, assign a dollar amount to 
> every attributed change *and* assign that cost to every individual who 
> voted for the dimwit.
> Greg
> On 2/3/2014 7:40 AM, Damien Morton wrote:
>> Ideally all legislation would be stored in a version control system, and
>> every edit attributed to known individuals
>> ilman/listinfo/fork

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