Petter Reinholdtsen

Updated version of the Norwegian web service FiksGataMi
30th December 2014

I am very happy that we in the Norwegian Unix User group (NUUG), spearheaded by Marius Halden from NUUG and Matthew Somerville from mySociety, finally managed to upgrade the code base for the Norwegian version of FixMyStreet. This was the first major update since 2011. The refurbished FiksGataMi is already live, and seem to hold up the pressure. The press release and announcement went out this morning.

FixMyStreet is a web platform for allowing the citizens to easily report problems with public infrastructure to the responsible authorities. Think of it as a shared mail client with map support, allowing everyone to see what already was reported and comment on the reports in public.

Tags: english, fiksgatami, nuug.

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