LiquidFeedbackSoftware, Organization

Description

LiquidFeedback is an open-source software, powering internet platforms for proposition development and decision making. Platform for decision-making that allows for delegated voting.

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Start
2009
version
3.2
Developer
Public Software Group
programmingLanguages
  • PL/pgSQL
  • Lua
Type
Non-profit organization
EmailContact
liquidfeedback@interaktive-demokratie.org
Language
EN
opensource
yes
bugtracker
Description
  • en
    LiquidFeedback is an open-source software, powering internet platforms for proposition development and decision making. Platform for decision-making that allows for delegated voting.
    fr
  • en
    LiquidFeedback • The Democracy Software
    fr
License
MIT license
Logo
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Name
LiquidFeedback
Screenshot
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SourceCode
Tags
  • Liquid democracy
  • Delegative democracy
  • Collective moderation
  • Decision-making
  • Voting
  • Proposal Making
  • Deliberation
  • Contribution and Decision Making
  • Content management system
  • GovTech
Types
  • Software
  • Organization
Website
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Casos de uso

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Tu ParlamentoUse Case

This platform, promoted by a group of parliamentarians from various political groups on the initiative of Senator Laura Puppato, allows citizens to make proposals to Parliament to address the political, economic and social emergencies of the country. These proposals are addressed directly to parliamentarians of the political forces present in Parliament, and they feel committed to enhancing participatory democracy as a factor for the country's renewal and politics .

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Tu ParlamentoUse Case

This platform, promoted by a group of parliamentarians from various political groups on the initiative of Senator Laura Puppato, allows citizens to make proposals to Parliament to address the political, economic and social emergencies of the country. These proposals are addressed directly to parliamentarians of the political forces present in Parliament, and they feel committed to enhancing participatory democracy as a factor for the country's renewal and politics .