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We, the members of the Stanford Crowdresearch Collective, in order to establish fair, transparent online crowdwork where there is a balance of trust and power, establish this Constitution for the Open Governance of the Daemo crowdwork platform.  
 
We, the members of the Stanford Crowdresearch Collective, in order to establish fair, transparent online crowdwork where there is a balance of trust and power, establish this Constitution for the Open Governance of the Daemo crowdwork platform.  
  
 
Daemo's Values:
 
  
  
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Rules on amendments, ratifications and interpretation:
 
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Link to Mark's wiki on LB and OGov Revisited. [http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/index.php?title=LB_and_OGov_Revisited#Initial_Setup]
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It is written in plain English http://www.plainenglish.co.uk/free-guides.html to ensure global accessibility.
 
It is written in plain English http://www.plainenglish.co.uk/free-guides.html to ensure global accessibility.

Revision as of 03:27, 9 September 2016

Daemo's Constitution, 2016

We, the members of the Stanford Crowdresearch Collective, in order to establish fair, transparent online crowdwork where there is a balance of trust and power, establish this Constitution for the Open Governance of the Daemo crowdwork platform.


Daemo's Charter: Oulines the rights and freedoms for online global crowdwork.

Creation of bylaws:

Rules on amendments, ratifications and interpretation:


Participation:


Representation:


Policy making:


Conflict management:


Equality of opportunity:


Amending the constitution:

Link to Mark's wiki on LB and OGov Revisited. [1]


It is written in plain English http://www.plainenglish.co.uk/free-guides.html to ensure global accessibility.