[P2P-F] [opencc] Re: emergent holoptism as OCL Re: open capital License?
dante.monson at gmail.com
Tue Feb 5 20:32:38 CET 2013
it is at a meta level.
This means that, at least conceptually for now,
it can be used to describe any kind of contracts,
understand and visualize interdependencies between such contracts,
and understand the effects of such contracts.
The currency model you propose,
or other currency architectures, could be described and compared,
and even potentially be used co-jointly within potential shared economic
that emerge out of such contracts.
As in programming software applications,
there are sometimes different layers.
What I try to describe is a tool that facilitates the definition and
expression of currency architectures, but also contextualizations in a
broader sense ( in the form of data and meta data, that can use linked data
protocols , such as red and xml schema, or possibly also the xml format
metacurrency seems to develop ).
Seth developed Netention ( Revlin created his own fork ), which aims at
being able to use such ontologies to make descriptions.
It is like enabling the description of metalanguages, based on some kind of
semantic web browser / editor...
And using this kind of real time browser / editor for economic transactions
and engagement networks too...
For example, you could use a netention like tool, to describe "future
objects" ( that is, creating an object with time metadata set in the future
), and you could also add a "suggestion" metadata ( non confirmed ? ),
until other people act upon it, and you can create mutual engagements
around it, as to converge resources to enable such potential, for example
by matching needs with available resources...
On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 5:58 PM, Patrick Anderson <agnucius at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dante-Gabryell Monson wrote:
> > I realize what I describe corresponds, or rather, is very similar in
> > to the concept of the metacurrency project :
> > http://www.metacurrency.org
> > http://p2pfoundation.net/Metacurrency_Project
> Hey Dante,
> I wonder if I am being to myopic ...could you help me understand your
> (and the metacurrency) approach?
> Maybe I am looking at this wrong, but I don't understand what 'backs'
> these currencies, and also do not understand when or by whom they are
> In the system I propose, the currency is backed by the Sources and
> Skills needed to produce *future* Objects.
> These tickets have a window of validity (they are not valid until some
> future time, and then expire after some further time based on the
> physical constraints of both production and storage).
> These tickets are 'issued' by groups of co-owners of the Physical
> Source (Material Means of Production) to individuals within that group
> as a way of accounting for whether (for example) each has picked-up
> their dozen eggs for the week.
> Thanks for your consideration.
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