Free is the lovely expression of the social layer of life
Free data standards
You have to be free to give your data, and you have to be able to don’t see any recommended analysed content if you don’t want to. So you could give not any data at all to MyFreedom while using the whole of MyFlove, where you could turn off all recommended contents as well.
The gifts routing algorithm has to be crowdsourced itself as well as the other recommendations we propose, but we should also propose some default principles, for example: a following parameter could be: “For the poorer”, or perhaps we won’t need to put more parameters, and we just need to get into deeper (crowdsourced) meanings of the first one “For the sharer”.
Everybody have wants and tasks (are asking for gifts), so would be a FloveBot job to give a basic reply to this by suggesting Souls easy matchings, while we also can have published some external default gift receivers that don’t necessarily participate directly in this network.
When we first think of rewarding a donation, it can sound a bit selfish since a donation shouldn’t expect a reward for doing it. Also, when we think to we could think that we are being surrealist, but in fact it is the contrary in both cases.
We need pools where to gift things. Pools that would protect those things for the better and more future uses posible. Flove.org has its own tasks, and as it is looking for standards for loveliness, it should also provide a way to display to anyone the more custom tasks that (s)he could do (gift to) for flove.org itself.
Crowdsourcing universal tasks
For making that task commiting lovelier, the crowdsourcing of a set of prefered universal actions that can be easily enforced in daily life will continue.
Sections can be thematics open in subdomains, free as the “tags”, where the models are the “categories”.
Local nodes could be geographically based sections.
We welcome all donations and we also investigate ways of financing. Beyond the maintenance of what we offer, other basic needs are the rents for the maintainers and developers. People who appear as “promoters” (or successors) of the project must be the first to serve as an example of the collective methodology of redistribution of collective resources available.
A possible rent in euros would decrease as basic needs are met (and others ..) through the greater availability of things borrowed or donated (what the rented volunteers have to help develop).
The candidacies for basic voluntary income (with euros included) should be as accessible as possible, and auctioned down. In it, if your life model was simple life (low consumption of scarce) would give you more options, up to the incomes to be given by commiting more custom tasks (See flovecoin)
«My money is for whom I develop at least as much as I share»
For example, one of the developers, in his encouragement for the recognition of his personal horizons and for testing the project, has declared that he shares all the assets he has (including his underpants and his money, yes).
With his shared money, he is trying to deepen the standards of sharing applied to the project itself and thus expand the possibilities of collaboration in the management models of collaborative projects in activism in general or those dedicated to the solidarity economy in particular.
The innovative thing that we propose in this area is to register flove as a brand, and apply the GPL license to it. This, which can be completely surreal, is an effort more to demonstrate the collaboration of the project and innovate in the legality with which we live.
A trademark is a reinforcement of authorship rights. But both brands and solitary authors have the right to choose how their work is shared. In this case, we decided to share it with the most robust shared rights protection tool we know, the GPL.
We want many associations to give us their support, to adhere to the manifesto or other collaborations for the elderly. But we, the promoters, at this time of launch are not institutionalized at any level.
We have not felt necessary to have done so from the corporate identity of a formal association, but we would not have cared if we had done it that way.
Flove.org lives independently from public institutions, but does not pretend to rival them, but rather the opposite. We consider that public institutions are one of our best possible allies. They are why we believe that this type of project should be the public institution that would assume the costs of maintenance and development, as it is a project that directly promotes actions aimed at improving coexistence.