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Welcome to this Federated Wiki site. The purpose of this site is to discuss and document the idea and practice of Liquid Democracy.

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This is a collaborative project. We invite you to join us in writing, researching, and developing software for liquid democracy, or indeed other forms of democratic innovation.

We begin with writing. This site is part of a federation of sites, participating in a shared dialogue. Liquid democracy requires new forms of dialogue, which in turn require new tools. Read more or drop in to our weekly chat if you would like to get involved.

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It is a personal opinionated site, where I document my thoughts and experiences on the subject. There are now many different philosophies, and Software Implementations, and we extend an open invitation to people interested in this area to claim your own Federated Wiki Space, and get involved.

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# Activity Explore recent activity in the federation over the past few days, by exploring the links below: - Changes to this Site - Research Group Activity - Drop in to our Fedwiki chat - riot.im - Create content with Fedwiki Tools


# Rosters

Democracy Sites REFERENCES progressivedemocracy.cc/democracy-sites

Thought Garden is an Open Think Tank, where we look to have new forms of conversation.

Deliberative democracy or discursive democracy is a form of democracy in which deliberation is central to decision-making. It adopts elements of both consensus decision-making and majority rule - wikipedia

Bruno Latour is the philosopher behind the title of this wiki. On this wiki we Idea Mine a range of disciplines around the notion that science, law, media and politics can be remixed in new and potentially fruitful ways.

My name is David Bovill, and I'm a long term advocator and experimenter with Liquid Democracy. My nickname (and handle on twitter) is @fortyfoxes .