We are looking for someone to take care of the Decidim community and the contributions that its members make to the project. On a daily basis you will interact with a multidisciplinary group of people, that includes a variety of profiles: from city officials to software developers, from academic researchers to people who are enthusiasts of participatory democracy.
Your responsibilities will be:
Coordinate and organize the path and implementation of improvement proposals and new functionalities received in the community platform (meta.decidim.org) at a functional level.
Coordinate the contributions to the code that can be made from different institutions or entities. Provide advice to ensure that all contracts developed by entities adopting Decidim software guarantee the delivery of deliverables aligned with the objectives and technical and legal requirements of the platform, to facilitate subsequent integration into the official repository.
Define the user stories of new functionalities to be implemented as long as these functionalities have been approved by the Decidim Product team.
Manage the access permissions in the different online spaces where the development of the software, documentation and translations is done in open access. Moderate the contents in all these spaces.
Improve and maintain the project’s documentation site. Coordinate and supervise the contributions to the documentation.
Coordinate contributions and maintain updated translations of the software and documentation.
Update the decidim.org website.
Decidim is a Free Libre Open Source Software for participatory democracy that is working on more than 300 cities, regions and organizations worldwide. It’s being used in Barcelona, Helsinki, France, Italy, Mexico and other places.
At the technical level is a Ruby on Rails project, a generator and some gems that helps organizations to make decisions and deliberative processes. It works for having an online and offline participation website.
We try to make all the decisions on the open on GitHub and also with our own platform (on MetaDecidim).