White House 2 was a website imagining how the White House would work if it were run democratically by thousands of people on the internet. It was an independent effort by Jim Gilliam created completely outside the U.S. government. This is the source code behind the site which has since taken on a life of its own with a variety of forks and a thr…
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This project started as White House 2, where we imagined how the White House could work if it was run completely democratically by thousands of people over the internet. It’s coded with Ruby on Rails 2.3.2, and released under the MIT License, the same as Ruby on Rails.

This code is no longer maintained, but there is an excellent fork called Open Active Democracy from @rbjarnason

Jim Gilliam
http://www.jimgilliam.com/
http://twitter.com/jgilliam