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Bringing open source to your city

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Published on Aug 27, 2012

Do you see government as an institution without much room for growth and change? Jason Hibbets, lead administrator for Red Hat's opensource.com, describes how the open source way is creating a path for citizens to become empowered and help their community make improvements where traditional methods have failed—through active participation, gained knowledge and a two-way conversation with city officials. Initiatives like CityCamp Raleigh, Triangle Wiki and MyRaleigh are a few of the first spokes in the Open Raleigh wheel and great examples for other cities hoping to get more out of their local government.

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