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On 09/06/2016 04:12 PM, carlo von lynX wrote:
> Liquid feedback is a democratic platform that scales and works,
> so that is major important news. It's not a hype.
Can you produce documents that demonstrate users of liquid feedback
spend less time, are more active citizens, and less stressed with this
usage? That would at least convince me to give it a try. But I have
the intuition that LF requires more time and more attention, that
belongs to the chair-keyboard arrangement, while I'm more interested in
practical activity with real people in concrete environments.
For example, are there municipalities that adopted LF in their daily
workflow with citizens? Are there tangible results of such adoption?
If such adoption didn't happen yet, why? Etc.
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