[MG] Start Digest, Vol 36, Issue 24
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Mon Mar 21 13:47:19 EDT 2011
I have continued to monitor metagovernment's success in synthesizing around
a common goal of designing collective democracy software, with particular
interest as to the software design's ability to produce an open- and
verifiable synthesized result.
I have no other contributions to the wiki & list than to say kudos on this
and offer instantiation support:
>>Here's how it appears from my draft:
<http://metagovernment.org/wiki/User:Michael_Allan/draft>As the progress
continues, I'd be happy to host an instance of a vote/issue/wiki on my site
(chriscargile.com) if it would help and my host affords me the opportunity.
Does metagovernment's software require access to a virtual environment (ie.
Thanks for the successes!
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> 1. Re: Home page redesign competition (Michael Allan)
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> Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 10:59:21 -0400
> From: Michael Allan <mike at zelea.com>
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> Subject: Re: [MG] Home page redesign competition
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> Mat?as Battocchia wrote:
> > Here's a synthesis attempt:
> > http://metagovernment.org/wiki/Main_Page/2010-redesign-11
> Here's how it appears from my draft:
> (hit refresh)
> Hover over Ba. and you'll see the "footprint" of your changes in my
> text. Not all of them get marked properly, I'll have to fix that.
> More on the tooling: Note how I "pinned" Mat?as into my draft, even
> though he's not my voter:
> More on pinning here: http://metagovernment.org/wiki/Template:Draft
> This is intended as the final "look" of the footings. The
> functionality isn't all there. You can't click to lock in a
> footprint, for instance, or navigate to other drafts. But the layout
> is roughly complete, and it should be more-or-less useable once the
> functions are wired in. Please point out any flaws you see in the
> visuals, or any room for improvement.
> Here's Ed's text. Note the voting link at top (Thomas's suggest):
> Note to myself: if I navigate there from the bridge, it doesn't show
> the vote-flow image: (another bug to fix)
> Here's a test candidate with 10 voters:
> Note that the controls are fixed to the viewport. (scroll to see)
> > I couldn't resist to make a lot of them, If this draft doesn't work
> > I promise to submit one small change at a time.
> Hopefully tomorrow I'll have enough coded that I can start to pull
> your changes across.
> Michael Allan
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