Norwegian street problems site now on v2.0
FiksGataMi, an open source-based service to report local street problems to Norwegian local authorities, launched an upgraded version of its website on 12 September 2011, OSOR reports. The new version – FiksGataMi v2.0 – is easier for both citizens and local authorities to use.
FiksGataMi is a nationwide service to report faults and problems, including holes in the road, graffiti, fly tipping and defective street lighting to local authorities. Using the FiksGataMi website, citizens are able to report problems they have found to the relevant municipality or discuss them with other users.
FiksGataMi is run by the Norwegian UNIX User Group (NUUG). NUUG has further developed the service together with its British sister project, FixMyStreet.