User talk:Tsuki chama
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Of particular interest may be some of the discussions in the past month (or so), where we have been working on developing a Standardization project. Dynamic Democracy sounds like a good candidate for participation in the project: particularly in the current focus of "free-range voting," which allows votes on different governance systems to be aggregated and/or shared between each other.
One other request: could you also please indicate on the Dynamic Democracy page what the license is for it? Many of the Active projects have a standard free software license, but some do not... either way, it would be helpful to let the rest of the group know.
I look forward to "hearing" from you on the list server, and again, welcome to the group! — Ed Pastore 21:16, 28 April 2010 (UTC)
- Thanks for the pointer, I've added licence details (it's all GPLv2). I'll check out the list server now! — Tsuki chama 20:08, 3 May 2010 (UTC)