Have a problem in the city? Tell us about them and help to eliminate them.
I came across a vast network on a very useful option for a social network. Streetjournal is a Perm project, the essence of which is in a collective discussion of issues that are relevant to citizens. It would seem that discussion is a discussion, and so what?
So, the essence is this: A
user of this social network describes an urgent city problem, other citizens vote for the most of them and notifications are sent to relevant government agencies for significant problems.
How exactly this works, I do not know, the corresponding section on the site is under development. However, a little googling, I found positive reviews that the system really works. Here is one of them.
What was surprising, the site has the opportunity to publish problems in other cities: Moscow, St. Petersburg, Yekaterinburg, Kirov, Rostov-on-Don, Novosibirsk, Smolensk, Kazan, and Perm itself. Statistics vigorously report about 70 solved problems out of 436, however, which is important for me, in Moscow there is so far no one solved problem.
A similar project (" Art. 12.34 ") was recently unveiled by the initiative group on the idea of Alexei Navalny, but it is still to finish and finish (although it may now have changed). And the project has a narrower focus - the struggle for high-quality roads / against holes, open hatches, etc. If someone can add something about the social network itself or analogues, I ask in the comment.
I am in no way involved in the creation or development of this site, but I believe that the initiative is excellent and should be supported. Therefore, I would like to draw the attention of Habro-publicity to Streetjournal.org.
PS If there is a more faithful blog, where it is worth moving the article - advise where.
UPD I talked a little with the person from the project team, he would be happy to answer questions, but he does not have an account on Habré. If there is a generous person who is ready to send him an invite - write to me in PM, I will give his mailing address for the invite. Alas, I don’t have enough karma for an invite yet.