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Word Camp Dragging Govt
Word Camp Dragging Govt
Word Camp Dragging Govt
Word Camp Dragging Govt
Word Camp Dragging Govt
Word Camp Dragging Govt
Word Camp Dragging Govt
Word Camp Dragging Govt
Word Camp Dragging Govt
Word Camp Dragging Govt
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  • A presentation for the 2009 Wellington WordCamp
  • A presentation for the 2009 Wellington WordCamp
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    • 1. Dragging government into the twenty-first century Matt Lane @mattlane http://blog.e.govt.nz/index.php/author/mattlane/
    • 2.
      • “ inform policy on blogging, social media [etc.]” (as a response to demand)
      • “ foster innovation”
      • “ develop participation and engagement tools”
      Original arguments for a blog
    • 3. Compelling argument for a blog
      • Meet New Zealanders
      • changing expectations
      • (Establish real conversations
      • with the outside world, about our work,
      • that don’t go through corporate communications)
    • 4. “ A blog”
      • =Easily updated CMS, with authorship, and comments
    • 5. Guiding thinking
      • Jason Ryan’s “Principles for Public Sector Social Media” (2007)
      • http://psnetwork.org.nz/blog/2007/02/19/principles-public-sector-socialmedia/ ( http://tr.im/ve30 )
    • 6. Principles for Public Sector Social Media (2007)
      • Sovereignty
      • Access
      • ...10
      =hosted solution, on .govt.nz =Web Standards compliant =Policies, policies, policies √ √ ?
    • 7. Arguments for WordPress
      • The right price
      • Easy as (+ in-house familiarity)
      • Large support network
      • Extensible
      • Easy to fiddle with .css
      • RSS, permalinks, trackbacks etc.
    • 8.  
    • 9. 17 months on…
      • 87 posts
      • 254 comments/trackbacks
    • 10. 17 months on…
      • Given our advice credibility Guidance on monitoring, and interacting on, social media: http:// tr.im/vnUI
      • Enabled us to converse
      • Attracted employees
      • Gave us greater control over external messages
    • 11. Other government WordPress blogs
      • ALAC Blog http://blog.alcohol.org.nz/
      • Christchurch City Libraries blog http:// cclblog.wordpress.com /
      • Lively blog (MCH) http://www.nzlive.com/blog/
      • Lunchbox blog (MoE) http://www.lunchbox.org.nz/
      • Research e-Labs blog (SSC) http://research.elabs.govt.nz/
      • Te Papa's blog (Te Papa) http://blog.tepapa.govt.nz/
      • Signposts blog (MCH) http://blog.teara.govt.nz/
      • Wellington City Libraries blog http:// www.wcl.govt.nz /blog/
    • 12. Dragging government into the twenty-first century Matt Lane @mattlane http://blog.e.govt.nz/index.php/author/mattlane/

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