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From class-action lawsuits against crowdsourcing platforms to unilateral moves by other platforms to raise fees, neither workers nor requesters feel represented by current platforms. We seek to address this power imbalance and mitigate trust issues by introducing a representative democracy governance model within Daemo via the election of a Leadership Board. This community-elected Leadership Board (comprising two workers, two requesters, and three platform designers) is empowered to make policy decisions for the platform. Including all vested parties in platform governance provides an opportunity for idea transfer, transparent communication, and engagement
 
From class-action lawsuits against crowdsourcing platforms to unilateral moves by other platforms to raise fees, neither workers nor requesters feel represented by current platforms. We seek to address this power imbalance and mitigate trust issues by introducing a representative democracy governance model within Daemo via the election of a Leadership Board. This community-elected Leadership Board (comprising two workers, two requesters, and three platform designers) is empowered to make policy decisions for the platform. Including all vested parties in platform governance provides an opportunity for idea transfer, transparent communication, and engagement
 
=Current Research Questions=
 
=Current Research Questions=
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Dilrukshi's Questions [http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/index.php?title=OpenGov_Findings_From_Dilrukshi-_Nov_10th_2015#Inputs]
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=Current Software Needs=
 
=Current Software Needs=
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=Deadlines=
 
=Deadlines=
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=Meeting Summary List=
 
=Meeting Summary List=
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November 8th, 2015 [http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/index.php?title=OpenGov_11-8-15-MeetingSummary]
 
November 8th, 2015 [http://crowdresearch.stanford.edu/w/index.php?title=OpenGov_11-8-15-MeetingSummary]
  

Revision as of 00:39, 12 November 2015

Description

From class-action lawsuits against crowdsourcing platforms to unilateral moves by other platforms to raise fees, neither workers nor requesters feel represented by current platforms. We seek to address this power imbalance and mitigate trust issues by introducing a representative democracy governance model within Daemo via the election of a Leadership Board. This community-elected Leadership Board (comprising two workers, two requesters, and three platform designers) is empowered to make policy decisions for the platform. Including all vested parties in platform governance provides an opportunity for idea transfer, transparent communication, and engagement

Current Research Questions

Dilrukshi's Questions [1]

Current Software Needs

Deadlines

Meeting Summary List

November 8th, 2015 [2]

November 9th, 2015 [3]

November 11th, 2015 [4]