As a follow up to the brief mention in our earlier roundup: Iceland’s proposed new constitution (to replace the 1944 Constitution of the Republic of Iceland) is scheduled to be put to a popular vote for ratification by October 1, 2011. (A link to an English language version of the current draft is available at the Constitutional Council's wiki [English version].) The significant part of the story is how transparent the process of writing the constitution has been. As this article from the Guardian makes clear, the council preparing the constitution has posted weekly drafts and established Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook accounts for public comment. For some English-language discussions of the process that consider it as a moment in crowd sourcing, see here, here, and here.