|Subject: Re: [NYCGA-IWG] Re: combine forces on liquid democracy / proxy voting system|
|From: fragro |
|Date: Wed, 9 Nov 2011 09:17:59 -0600|
Do you have any details on the voting application you developed? I am the developer of openassembly and I am interested in facilitating any experiments you want to try.The issue is that we have to keep these experiments small until we develop a trust network to ensure the validity of the voting process.We are in the process of outlining the fundamental concepts and the different proposals here.I encourage you to add voting methods, projects, or resources. We want to build a suite of decisioning tools that can filter together in a standardized way, as well as a trust network that is robust.
Frank Grove--On Wed, Nov 9, 2011 at 7:12 AM, Jackrabbit <email@example.com> wrote:
PAER has already developed a voting application we hope to test as
soon as we get the hardware for it.
On Nov 9, 4:41 am, Ingvar Bogdahn <ingvar.bogd...@googlemail.com>
> Hi again,> allows participatory, direct democracy, similar to those principles tohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_voting
> I heard that some people in NY started coding up a voting system, that
> Is that true? If yes, could somebody please point me to that team? Maybe it> For more background on that, a working group fellow summed it up herehttp://piratenpad.de/occuliquid
> would be better to combine forces and work and improve existing things?
> There already exist several such projects, two important ones that i know
> of (another good one in france) that are already pretty well-thought-out
> and stable. Why make up another new one? They are already in heavy use,
> i.e. by a the "pirates", a new party in germany that kickstarted to almost
> 10% and they base themselves on the ideal of "liquid democracy". Several
> other parties and dozens of associations use it, also some public
>> adhocracy:http://trac.adhocracy.cc andhttp://liqd.net/en in real life
> There are at least two such systems:
> (public german enquete commission "internet and digital society":) www.enquetebeteiligung.de
> "liquid feedback":http://www.public-software-group.org/liquid_feedback
> and http://liquidfeedback.org/mission/ see the work of that pirate
> party (german):https://lqfb.piratenpartei.de/pp/area/list.html
> the systems themselves are of course completely translated in english, both.
> what are your particular goals? I heard you want it to be decentralized? We
> might find a way to adapt the existing ones. They both use sql, but we
> might find a way to distribute I.e. some distributed file system, or there
> are some NoSQL that speak limited sql and have Acid transactions.
> PS: sorry for double posting, forgot some links. Btw, is this the right
> forum? is it ok that I post things like that here?
Libertas et Patria
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