- From Italy comes the political part through OpenMunicipio, a tool developed by the developers of OpenParlamento, enabling the tracking of every political decision and every absence and presence of a politician during the various sessions of the council.
- From Canada comes the django-version of FixMyStreet, a british open source tool, clone of SeeClickFix. The idea is good, but it depends highly on google's geocoding system, while using
- From USA comes OpenTreeMap, to track both the positions of trees in the city and their problems regarding risks for the people below them
- From Brasil comes the webtool enabling Urban Acupuncture, to deliver pressure points to the city and making a better city through those points and activities coming from the people
- From Ukraina comes a non-web tool enabling the programming of the bus schedules, while...
- From France comes a non-web tool to evaluate the various tracks of the bus map
- From the OKFN come all the webapps enabling data management for the opendata-oriented city, and for example the OpenSpending app to display the usage of money.
And in all of this Open Data is both the sideproduct of the new age of public information management, and the source of the whole power of such a tool...
What do you think? Could a non-for-profit create such a tool and start delivering it to governance? Could we nerds finally save the world?