E-Parliament Tagger
The requirements for a tagging and social publishing solution for the agenda items and minutes of the European Parliament and its Committees. Social publishing of EP content that is tagged in a livelihood-centric manner will open the policy conversations to the constituency and candidate MEP's.
Initiative Start: ​A first version of these requirements were created in the Summer of 2012 with the intention to start a Parliament Watch service in Belgium. 
At the EPHack, January 24-26, 2014 the E-Parliament Tagging project idea was proposed and the requirements graph was adapted and further elaborated.

On the template: The debate graph is modeled after the Volère Requirements Template, and serves the convergence on requirements awareness, solution decision and action for all stakeholders in the initiative. The reader is referred to the Volère template for guidance on the content of the various skeletons employed in the detail sections of the debate graph. The Wikinetix website provides some further background on the way of working and supporting templates.

DebateGraph: The use of DebateGraph itself is explained and illustrated in the blog of David Price.
EU #tag guideline is available as e-book from leanpub: https://leanpub.com/eu-tagpedia . The contents of this debategraph will be edited for inclusion in the next release of the #Tag Guideline - World.

#SDGpivot  following the publication of proposed 17 sustainable development goals and 169 targets by the UN Open Working Group an hashtag pivot was published in the Actor Atlas. Below a screenshot of that page. By selecting tabs in the various tables, over 250.000 different hashtags can be configured in a matter of seconds.

E-Parliament Tagger
01. The Purpose? »01. The Purpose?
02. Client, Customer, Stakeholders & Users »02. Client, Customer, Stakeholders & Users
03. Mandated Constraints »03. Mandated Constraints
04. Naming Conventions and Definitions »04. Naming Conventions and Definitions
05. Relevant Facts and Assumptions »05. Relevant Facts and Assumptions
06. Scope of the Work »06. Scope of the Work
07. Business Data Model & Data Dictionary »07. Business Data Model & Data Dictionary
08. Scope of the Product »08. Scope of the Product
09. Use Case Overspanning Requirements »09. Use Case Overspanning Requirements
10. Project Issues »10. Project Issues
11. Solution Design »11. Solution Design
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