3 million donors made a total of 6.5
million donations online adding up to
more than $500 million.
Of those 6.5 million donations, 6 million
were in increments of $100 or less.
13 million addresses on email list
1 million people on SMS distribution list
2 million profiles on my.barackobama.com
200.000 offline events
400.000 blog posts
3.000.000 phone calls made in last 4 days
3,2 million friends on Facebook
639,561 friends on Twitter
10:50 AM Aegir: láta þetta heita áfram kosningar 2009 ?
stofna facebook app
10:52 AM me: jamm
eða bíddu ha?
10:53 AM er að setja upp unfuddle fyrir svn
svo ættir þú að geta deployað á minn account
held það virki þannig
10:54 AM Aegir: til að fá api key fyrir facebook connect
me: ah já
held það sé of tímabundið
köllum þetta netkosning
mmm æ helvítis nafnavesen alltar
me: er að spá í að halda þessu gangandi eftir kosningar
Aegir: já, styð það ..
10:55 AM me: hvað með vefþing
me: vont að vera með þ?
10:56 AM Aegir: spurning
me: mér finnst það hljóma vel
Aegir: já, vefþing
Last updated: 27 March 2009
Open Source, Open Standards and Re–Use:
Government Action Plan
To help bring together the online debate around this
Action Plan, we've set up a public page which contains
links to blog posts, news stories and tweets about UK
government, open source and open standards. If you write
about this online, please use the tag #ukgovOSS to help us
find your comment.
Deputy Government CIO
IT policies wanted
Open Source and Open Standards
Electronic ID, OAuth, Open ID
Standardized electronic forms and data exchange between
individuals and governement
Open forum where specialists, experts and voters can
communicate with politicians
Affordable unlimited 3G and broadband for everyone
Tax incentives for software development, gaming and innovation
along the same lines as the film industry.
Publish government data, Creative Commons style