Welcome to the [[Agora of Flancia]]!
This [[Agora]] is a [[Knowledge Commons]].
If you don't know what the above means (yet), don't fret: it just means it is a space that a community can build by pooling together resources, information, intentions. The Agora tries to integrate user contributions into a useful social (higher level) construct while preserving individual voices.
When you visit an Agora location, you visit a [[node]] in a shared graph -- which depending on usage can mean a topic, a pattern, or just an arbitrarily named location. There you will find all resources that the Agora thinks have a claim to be in that node, either directly by name or indirectly by association. By default all relevant resources will be shown one after the other, but more sophisticated interactions are possible.
If you would like to join this Agora, please refer to [[Agora signup]].
The [[Agora Platform]] you are (likely) reading this in is [[Free Software]]. If you would like to contribute or are interested in running your own Agora, please refer to [[Agora install]] and consider joining [[Flancia Collective]] or reaching out to a member. We are a loose collection of people who [[work in public]] developing this Agora.
Thank you for visiting the Agora. May you be happy!
To this (my) [[digital garden]], and by extension to the [[Agora of Flancia]].
- If you are reading this in an Agora, you should see it in the context of several other indexes -- potentially one for each user contributing to that particular Agora :)
- You can add your own index by storing an
index.mdfile in your garden and contributing it to the Agora.
- The following are maybe interesting entry points to this garden, and to the Agora at large. Beyond the notes in the nodes themselves, check for links.
- To this (my) [[digital garden]], and by extension to the [[Agora of Flancia]].
Waste of time
Welcome to the [[digital-garden]]* of [[ankostis]].
- [[inbox]] - a place to write down quick notes to be categorized later
- [[todo]] - a place to keep track of things to do
- [[PKDB]] - Personal Knowledge Database setup & TODOs
- [[Freedom]] - Liberation of the human race from itself
* this garden is based on foam.
- JRC ICT Connected Space
- Digital Workplace Portal
- EC On the GO
- DIGIT Service Catalogue (internal only)
- JEODPP and docs
Hi, I'm Matthew Thomas ([[@mwt/identity]]) you can find my things at [[@mwt/README]].
This knowledge graph is a work in progress that will eventually become a specification for the unrival protocol.
Unrival is a protocol that can be used to create bottom-up, distributed social credit networks. These networks can track the credibility of their member agents, whose actions may lead to accumultation or loss of credit (a proxy for credibility).
Agents of disjoint networks with very different notions of credibility -- divided by political or religious differences, for example -- can nonetheless exchange credit, because Unrival ledgers implement the recursive credit-commons-protocol.
The intended effect is the rectification-of-names. In colloquial terms, this means making sure things are what they say they are (at least within the confines of an Unrival network)
Ultimately, the goal is to create a foundation for effective decentralized governance. We believe in rules over rulers. And since Unrival is adaptive, principles over rules.
To learn more, have a look at the whitepaper: https://github.com/unrival-protocol/documentation/blob/main/source/whitepaper.org
To contribute, please get in touch with: dvdgdnjsph at gmail dot com
[[flancia social impact]]
- US based 501(c)(3) nonprofit to fund UBI experiments
[flancia social impact]: flancia social impact.md "flancia social impact" [//end]: # "Autogenerated link references"