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example of a liquid Decision-Making-Process

Diversified network payments.

Mattia Rondinelli

on 11 November 2012

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mapping a liquid decision-making process the platform faces the question: Proposition #1 Initiative#1:Joining fees should be different for each new HUB Proposition #1
(Second Draft) Suggestions
Joining fees will differ for each
new HUB with a spread of 1:4
(where HUBs in richer cities could pay
max. 4x as much as HUBs in poorer cities) What about
Joining Fee$? (HUBs in richer cities should pay more than HUBs in poorer cities") on a liquid platform every user can start a proposition on (almost)any issue In this case we're going to simulate how a liquid DMP

would work for Hub Association So the subject will be something

and in particular The new issue created need to reach a minimum number of supporters in order to start the Discussion This is called quorum and usually is 10% the Population The Author(s) of the Proposal decides the duration of:
Admission Time
Discussion Time
Verification Time
Voting Phases Let's say that the Population is 100,
we have 20 Supporters,15 Potential Supporters.
The quorum(10) is easily attained! 2.Starts the
Discussion! (or Potential Supporters,if they like the general idea but need modifications in order to vote yes) On the other side users can
communicate their interest
by choosing to be Supporters
of the Initiative Everybody can make suggestions.
Community feedback are vital
for the development of the proposition However Author(s) decides autonomously
whether or not implement it,
thus creating a new draft of the Initiative In the snapshot,Network and Finance
are the Issue Topic,or Areas
-i.e. immediate answers to the question:
"what are we talking about?"- (where HUBs in richer cities could pay max. 4x as much as HUBs in poorer cities) (3)Yes from Author(s) (9) Yes from Community (2) Absteined (1) No No Joining Fees,Everything for free! (HUB is rich enough,don't exaggerate
in giving value to money!) The Community & Authors
REJECT this suggestion. Proposition #1 Initiative #2:Joining fees shall be determined for each HUB based on country PPP with 1:4 as the bandwidth between lowest and highest paying HUBs in the network Proposition #1 Initiative #3:Joining fees, for new HUBs outside of Europe, North America and Australia, shall be determined for each HUB based on country PPP of last three measurable years with €15.000 as the default, with 1:4 as the bandwidth between lowest and highest paying HUBs in the network -with a LQFB 2.0 powered platform - HUB needs frequently to deliberate on, Hub member: Marta B. View User Page Categorize each new proposal helps the system making the delegation by topic
simple and intuitive Started by: Marta B.
View user page In this phase Feedback on suggestions represents also a defense against trolling created by:Mattia R
+3 (delegated votes) for Network Area
View user page created by: John Jr. John
View user page 1.Create
a Proposal Hub member: Marta B. View User Page List all revisions everybody will chose his own places to discuss
(personal emails, twitter messages, mailing lists, forum discussions, real life one on one or group discussions – even in a pub),
since it’s not only impossible but also not necessary to force discussions into a single place There is no problem if discussions are going on in different places but the voting must be in one place,the Liquid Platform! 4.Frozen
Proposals 3.Delegation by Topic 5.Voting Phase Verification Time! The Author(s) decides to IMPLEMENT this suggestion.A new draft of the Proposition is created.The community have the possibility to see all the revisions and compare the different versions is it already happening? Preferential Voting
with the Schulze Method Supporters Supporters Potential Supporters Potential Supporters Potential Supporters Supporters Supporters Potential Supporters Hellen & Frank
View Users Profile Sam T.
View User Profile Suggestions Why do you want to exclude
Europe,North America and Australia? Fritzsche C.
See User profile I like the idea to use PPP,but I suggest to do not exclude those rich countries Hi F!Sorry but we think this is the best way to guarantee the access to HubAssociation to the larger number of cities worldwide possible!
More Info: our blog savetheplanet.blogspot.eu
mailing list Developing Countries savetheplanet@gmail.com Hellen & Frank
(After this answer +6 votes)
View Proxy Givers Mattia R. (+3) YES! How Delegated Voting (the Liquid Proxy) works:
At the beginning of the Discussion there are Users who yet have delegations for the specific Areas (i.e. Finance & Network)
During the proposition development process Users can gain or lose votes basing on the content they present and Community feedback Drag the most preferred proposal into the green “approval” box. Then choose the next choice, drag it into:
the same green box, if you approve both proposals same, and don’t have any preference about them
between the green approval box and the gray abstention box, if you would only approve the second proposal in case the first proposal doesn’t win
This way a preferential order for all approvals may be determined.
It is possible to do the same with disapprovals. To determine the winner, the Schulze method is applied to all proposals, which have been voted on.
The status-quo is taken into account as an additional “virtual proposal”.
The Schulze method creates a ranking (Schulze rank) for all candidates (all proposals and the status-quo), by comparing each candidate with every other candidate. Additional requirements can be configured (e.g. beating the status-quo directly with a simple majority) for a candidate to be eligible as winner.
Only proposals which get a better Schulze rank than the status-quo may win. We have a Winner! 6.Habemus victoremque! Prosit! Enjoy the liquid! "Hey guys,1:4 is the Magic Formula!" See Delegated Votes
My Opinion
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