We’ve had enough of digital monopolies and surveillance capitalism. We want an alternative world that works for everyone, just like the original intention of the web and net.
We seek a world of open platforms and protocols with real choices of applications and services for people. We care about privacy, transparency and autonomy. Our tools and organisations should fundamentally be accountable and resilient.
> On 1 Dec 2014, at 09:12, holger krekel <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Don't do anything illegal
> That seems like something that is negotiated in our societal surrounding
> context and is thus redundant to state or demand again.
I think in this context it is probably, âDonât do anything that will land another community member in Jail. Particularly Ross because heâs claustrophobic.â
I donât think peopleâs adherence to the law is particularly black and white on the whole (even âJudges' drive faster than the speed limit from time to time).
>> Don't do anything that can damage the good name or the
>> reputation of the party.
>> Don't use any funds of the party. You may ask for funds.
> Don't really apply i guess because "redecentralize" is not a party.
> So all in all i think referencing the pirate party rules is of limited
> value and i suggest to rather write down something more directly applicate
> to the site and project.
Youâre right of course, we probably should extract the relevant parts.
> I am certainly not alone in appreciating if you, Irina and Francis stay
> majorly involved, help people along and continue to drive and do
> interviews yourselves.
I think things are currently going ok, but as always more help, involvement, volunteers would be very welcome and would definitely benefit the community. Everyoneâs time is valuable, and often in short supply, but getting more videos up more frequently would be great. I feel bad because I am pretty shy, and not overly keen on being on video, and I realise our dependence on Francis and Ira for interviewing people isnât really sustainable.
For the interviews specifically, and itâs my personal opinion, Iâve *love* to see interviews done by members of the community with projects that interest them.Â I mean, I love both Francis and Ira, but equally Iâd like to see different approaches to the interviews and more of them.
I think my contribution on this topic could probably be shortenedd to - âIf you want to do an interview/blog post/article and put it on the site, you can. If not, thatâs cool too"