1. Implementation procedure
2. Implementation's characteristics
E-Petition is a British service allowing Great Britain’s inhabitants to create e-petitions. The process of submitting petitions is coordinated by the British Government. Petitions not exceeding 150 signs are filed via a Web service to be then open to voting for other users.
Thanks to the available activities, the service users can: create their own e-petitions, read petitions submitted by others, sign petitions, as well as share and comment on chosen contents with the use of social media such as Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin.
The application allows for generating information (statistical, not confidential) about all the petitions available at a given moment within the service or about any single petition that has more than 100,000 votes.
In terms of the service’s organization, worth mentioning is selection against the established regulations, as well as the fact that petitions cannot be repeated (i.e. one cannot submit a petition about a solution that has already been considered for debate), cannot include any personal or confidential information and can only be related to issues falling within the competence of the House of Commons.
Petitions that have received at least 100,000 signatures are presented to the House of Commons. Due to the system of breaks in the British Parliament’s proceedings, there is also a break in the service’s operation starting around 2 months before the beginning of the elections to the House of Commons.
3. Detailed description categories
|Type of the service's/application user:||
|The application service's usage area:||
|A communication - an indication of all the media and dissemination||
|Access to the full functionality of the service||
|Tracking of user's activity:||
|The service's/application's usage areas||
|Forms of interaction with users:||
|Service's/Application's integration to social networking sites||
|Availability of service/application use instruction||
|Is the connection encrypted?||
4. Service's/Application's integration with social networking sites
|The project hasn't its profiles on networking sites:|
5. Screen gallery
Homepage << Strona główna >>
Searching the published petitions << Wyszukiwarka petycji >>
Creating e-petitions << Strona składania petycji >>
A petition’s page << Strona petycji >>