Fwd: [p2p-research] programming a direct democracy
- Andrius and Janet
Ref the organisational structures in Minciu Sodas I saw something which may be relevant.
I was reading the email below, and I clicked on the link to Efficasync - How to Program a Direct Democracy It took me to a blog and I read down a bit and found "Introduction – The Nomic, the Meta-Graph, and the Graph-Set". I only skimmed it, and decided it would take me too long to get my head around at the moment, but things I did see in it seemed relevant to MS. It is long - but I think, Andrius, that you would do much better than me at getting its meaning quickly, and recognising if its ideas were useful to us.
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From: Michel Bauwens <michelsub2004@...>
Subject: [p2p-research] programming a direct democracy
To: Peer-To-Peer Research List <p2presearch@...>, Henrik Ingo <henrik.ingo@...>
re your presentation in nottingham,
I wonder if you could not report on the following on the blog, or invite Mark to do so?
Programming a Deliberative Direct-Democracy.
A Method of Open-Source Self-Governance.
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