Author Archives: Dario Busco

The framework

If you wanted to list the core ingredients of what a society needs I would put these in one single website in order: The current policy The reporting, accounting and audit The deliberating process The community debate The referendum starter … Continue reading

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A look outside

I have noticed that finally there are so many initiatives on the net aiming at achieving a quantum leap in the way the politics and government should be done in this connected age. The approaches are often a bit naive … Continue reading

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Process neutrality

The political process is arbitrarily defined by its own user base. The basic principles of vote, quorum, majority are sufficiently universal, the way they are used in the flow are not. In order to achieve a neutral platform which allows … Continue reading

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User documentation and participation

One primary problem to address when designing a political model is how to get the users to understand, familiarise, control the processes and mechanisms involved. This becomes even more evident when the scale is large enough like in the case … Continue reading

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Constitutional law

Every group have a tendency to build its own core set of rules which in the first place encompass the fundamental reasons of existance of that group. In nations we see this applied with constitutions. These rules sets are normally … Continue reading

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Metrics and performance

The best way to assert whether a law is producing more benefits than not is to define sensible metrics for the areas or subjects it impacts or affects. It is in fact a problem of hard resolution until addressed with … Continue reading

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System neutrality, levels of logics

The finality of a policy or governance system should limited to providing the framework of facilities which are necessary to produce, maintain, archive information and to perform a series of collective operations on the data itself, with the aim of … Continue reading

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