[discuss] NETmundial and CSTD mtg
Michel S. Gauthier
mg at telepresse.com
Wed May 28 09:31:58 UTC 2014
At 04:15 28/05/2014, Stephanie Perrin wrote:
>The question is, can we ever come up with basic principles that will
>be broadly accepted as foundation for the legitimacy of MSm in some
>type of settings/contexts.
Basically, what you ask is "could we come up with another world
reality where I would feel better?".
That basically would be a paradise where
>completely stop powerful interests dictating policy to less powerful ones.
>However, I am wondering whether rough consensus is going to be
>useful or dangerous in this context.
Consensus among what? Since you
>don 't yet see how any system or systemic change
What about polycracy where common trend emergence results from
individual systems decisions and influence/conflict adjustments?
This looks as pragmatic and networked MSism to me. The question is
only bigger vs. smaller virtual systems masters: where is the MS
participation threshold? In an inter network governance issue,
non-networks do not weight much/are only being used.
Pedestrians are not much listen to in the HighWays MS Governance
area. It seemes that their best bet is to include pavements in a
joint HighWay/Road/Street Governance debate.
M S G
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