There were cute stories about people who created the app for $250,000 over a weekend, but, as we've discussed, that's not a fully functioning service. It's not being maintained; it doesn't have security protocols; it's not necessarily accessible; it's not looped into back-end systems, all the updates and orders in council that required changes.
What's more interesting to think about is this. We have an external capacity of civically minded tech folks in Canada who want to feed into the work of government. We've already talked about using more open source. If we did that, we would see a more interesting thing—not people creating apps over the weekend to get a little story in the National Post, but, instead, people looking at the code. They could scrutinize it, and they could look for security issues and find ways to improve it. That's a really beautiful collaboration that actually produces public value.