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# The Agora is an enhanced social contract for the [[Internet]].
* Flancia:
 
** The Agora is an enhanced social contract for the [[Internet]].
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## The Agora is any specialized [https://flancia.org/agora social network that specializes in problem solving].
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### Some Agoras can also function as [https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1231266252749975557 Catalogs of Missing Devices], in Doctorow's terms.
** This Agora is a [https://flancia.org/agora social network that specializes in problem solving].
 
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### For this Agora to be successful, I plan to invest some of my free time to it.
** This Agora is also a [https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1231266252749975557 Catalog of Missing Devices], in Doctorow's terms.
 
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#### Research upgrades to the social contract, currently based mostly around the [[wikipedia:Principle_of_Charity]].
** For this Agora to be successful, I plan to:
 
*** Research upgrades to the social contract, currently based mostly around the [[wikipedia:Principle_of_Charity]].
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#### Research early history of successful projects like it, starting with [[wikipedia:Wikipedia]].
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### Add easy to use semantic extensions to it, to make it a good platform to develop a problem/solution-oriented knowledge graph.
*** Research early history of successful projects like it, starting with [[wikipedia:Wikipedia]].
 
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### Find like-minded people that see the point and would like to participate.
*** Add easy to use semantic extensions to it, to make it a good platform to develop a problem/solution-oriented knowledge graph.
 
*** Find like-minded people that see the point and would like to participate.
 
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Revision as of 17:37, 10 May 2020

  1. The Agora is an enhanced social contract for the Internet.
    1. The Agora is any specialized social network that specializes in problem solving.
      1. Some Agoras can also function as Catalogs of Missing Devices, in Doctorow's terms.
      2. For this Agora to be successful, I plan to invest some of my free time to it.
        1. Research upgrades to the social contract, currently based mostly around the wikipedia:Principle_of_Charity.
        2. Research early history of successful projects like it, starting with wikipedia:Wikipedia.
      3. Add easy to use semantic extensions to it, to make it a good platform to develop a problem/solution-oriented knowledge graph.
      4. Find like-minded people that see the point and would like to participate.