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Figure out links to DC Law numbers #45

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konklone opened this Issue Apr 15, 2013 · 6 comments

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konklone commented Apr 15, 2013

They exist in places (examples in the Credits section of 3-102.

However, I don't know how possible it is to construct a permalink that references a DC Law (slip law) number. LIMS has permalinks by bill (act) numbers, but I can't find anything for slip law numbers.

@vzvenyach, do you have any insight here?

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vzvenyach commented Apr 15, 2013

I will double check.

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vzvenyach commented Apr 15, 2013

Have a potentially janky solution. Would a classification table that compares a bill # to a law # get you there?

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konklone commented Apr 15, 2013

We could definitely use that, yeah!

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vzvenyach commented Apr 15, 2013

So. I have a CSV that goes back to Council Period 15. How do I get that to you?

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konklone commented Apr 15, 2013

Immediate term, you can upload it somewhere and provide a link, or you can make a little repo for it here and commit it there. You can even just email it to me at konklone@gmail.com if you want, which will cause me to do one of the previous two things myself. :)

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konklone commented Jun 1, 2013

Thanks to @aturoff and @vzvenyach, this is done in fd8fe99!

This did involve dropping a generated JSON file into the global namespace, as "dc_laws". It's in dc_laws.js. Ideally this would be stored as a JSON file instead of a JS file and loaded dynamically, I just didn't want to figure out the best way to load it in asynchronously but reliably have it available at cite-lookup time. Refactoring on that front, or suggestions for how I can do it, are very welcome!

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