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Fwd: [DO Europe] Online consultation on European eParticipation: 2-13 March

From: Jose M. Alonso <josema@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 14:07:32 +0100
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To: eGov IG <public-egov-ig@w3.org>
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-- Jose

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> De: "Simon Smith" <simesmith@gmail.com>
> Fecha: 2 de marzo de 2009 19:00:03 GMT+01:00
> Para: europe@groups.dowire.org
> Asunto: [DO Europe] Online consultation on European eParticipation:  
> 2-13 March
> Responder a: europe@groups.dowire.org
> PEP-NET and the European eParticipation Study are running this event  
> over the next fortnight.
> The online debate will take place on www.internet-discourse.eu from  
> 10:00am CET Monday 2 March to Friday 13 March.
> We hope you will actively contribute to our online discussion, and  
> help us demonstrate the value of such activities in achieving  
> specific and valuable outputs.
> Although you will get most out of the process if you contribute  
> regularly over the next two weeks, even irregular inputs will be  
> welcome! Our objective with this online discussion is to arrive at a  
> high quality analysis of a number of European eParticipation issues,  
> plus recommendations as to how each should be addressed.
> You can find out more about the ten issues proposed for this  
> discussion in the Library section. These issues arise from the  
> preliminary work of the European eParticipation Study. However, the  
> online discussion is also open for you to raise your own separate  
> issues if you wish.
> Important parts of the website:
> 1) READ THIS BEFORE YOU BEGIN: Outlines the objectives, our  
> definitions, the process and phases of the online discussion
> 2) FORUMS: Most of the contributions by participants will be made in  
> either the main forum or in the sub forums. Participants can either  
> start a new thread in any forum or add to already existing threads.
> 3) IDEAS LIST: The ideas list is to be used by participants who do  
> not want to participate in an actual discussion but just want to  
> leave a short comment or opinion. Other participants can vote on the  
> different “ideas” which gives them a ranking structure.
> 4) LIBARY: In the library, the ten suggested issues can be found, as  
> well as background information on each.
> We look forward to your input on www.internet-discourse.eu
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