Here is everything I have read thus far on the subject (presented in the order I read them):
- Address by Tony Clement, President of the Treasury Board, at PSEngage
- Guideline for External Use of Web 2.0
- Guideline for Digital Oblivion (Jarius Khan)
- Web 2.0 Comes to Ottawa With Red Tape Attached (Metaviews)
- Social media 101: Feds roll out guidelines for Twitter, Facebook (Globe and Mail)
- The Canadian Government's New Web 2.0 Guidelines: the Good, the Bad & the Ugly (David Eaves)
- Guideline for External Use of Web 2.0 in the Government of Canada (Mike Kujawksi)
- Canadian Government Web 2.0 Guidelines Are Disappointing (Andrea Di Maio)
- Ottawa's social-media policy too dense: critics (Kathryn May)
If I missed anything, let me know, and I can retroactively add it to the list.
Two things I haven't seen mentioned in the commentary yet:
- How the guidelines (and probably more importantly the code of values and ethics) relate to anonymity or pseudonymity online.
- According to Treasury Board Secretariat guidelines are usually targeted at managers and functional specialists and the application there of are voluntary (as compared to say a directive where enforcement is mandatory).