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You can contribute to this website; you don’t need to know much about web development to do so. I hope to be able to crowdsource the policy analysis on this website, along the lines of the Data Journalism Handbook.
The text of this site is managed via Github, at this location. You can use a range of tools to contribute new articles, fix typos, remove out of date content and so on.
For example, here is the the source text for this page.
Explaining how to do all this is slightly beyond the scope of this page, but get in touch if you need some help.
You can also help by sending me
- news articles
- academic papers
containing pro-EU arguments that still need to be rebutted
This website is political propaganda. I am not trying to make money out of it. Accordingly, the text of the site is subject to copyright, and it is licensed under the fairly liberal terms of the Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution Share-Alike licence. What that means is that you can
- make your own copy of all or part of the site, free of charge
- sell a printed version of some or all of the text
- set up a competing version, or slightly different version, on your webspace
The conditions which apply concern giving credit to the contributors, and allowing others to use any version you make, under the same terms.
I expect that one day I shall lose interest in this project or run out of time for it, and that others might want to carry it on. Don’t waste anyone’s time asking for permission, you already have it.
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