Indeed, this is a great comment : we shall add to the proposal a follow up
of decisions taken, (which could take the form of discussion page and/or an
evaluation/vote by the members regarding the action of the executive body
towards the issue.
I modify right away the presentation page to include this, and I'll think
about how to develop this idea. If you have already thought about it, your
are welcome to modify directly the wiki page.
This is becoming a exciting project, I think I will probably have to learn
programming in order to participate more than just on the ideas.
Thanks very much,
You describe the means and the mechanism but when a decision is made .. then
what ??? If it is not clear what the consequences are of decisions. There is
no point to making decision as there is no implied follow up; this is where
the proposal ends.
On 8/10/07, Vincent Mandrilly <[hidden email]> wrote:
>I think I have a great idea (yes, probably just like everyone posting here
>Wiki and its wikipedia/wikitionnary and other projects proved excellent to
>efficiently build free knowledge for everyone, by everyone cooperating
>I propose today to adapt wiki software (a few add-ons could do it) to
>a special wiki with the following main characteristics :
>- Allow to build cooperative propositions
>- Allow to vote on the propositions democratically
>The fundamental difference it that this is therefore not to build knowlege
>but to build and adopt decision proposals. The philosophy remains the same
>everyone with internet access can participate on a collaborative way, and
>safeguards in case of vandalism.
>This would be a nice vision for what could become the future of democracy.
>More on this page : http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Wikicracy >
>Hope for your support or constructive criticism
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