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Carl Malamud explains that his crusade to make law and public safety codes free to the public online is an act of Gandhian satyagraha (insistence on truth, and persistence in pursuit of it, as a form of non-violent resistance) o

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This Video Explains How GitHub Works As Simply As Possible

Ever wondered how open source projects collaborate with developers around the world to coordinate issues and input from users and contributors? One very popular platform is GitHub.

The video is essentially a beginner’s guide to GitHub’s terminology, how it works, why you’d use it, and more. It walks you through how pull requests work, when you’d fork a project, and more. It’s a straightforward introduction that doesn’t provide much more than a few vocabulary words, but it’s still useful for anyone new to GitHub.

See http://lifehacker.com/this-video-explains-how-github-works-as-simply-as-possi-1790751782

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The vTaiwan process now routinely leads to passage of laws by Taiwan’s national legislature. And it’s gaining momentum: on July 26, Taiwan’s new premier declared in a cross-ministry meeting that “all substantial national issues should go through a vTaiwan-like process.” There are many reasons why Parliament has been willing to embrace this process, but the primary one is that it had been occupied for 22 days in 2014, and the government had lost its credibility as a governing body to an occupation who had outperformed it at demonstrating democracy. Legislators wanted to show goodwill.

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