jh wrote: There should be seperate discussion
a) about the intention of the document
b) about the process of how to create that document, make it final and public
c) about restrictions, stances, should, must, may, ... in wich way should the rules be defined (how fuzzy, how many, how obligatory)
d) the rules itself
jh wrote:I wish a broad process not only including forum and wiki but also tighter communication. This might be chattering workgroups, enduring phonecalls or a number of real life meetings (not necessary everybody with everybody else. just a weekend of face to face work).
jh wrote:The manifest (according to me) should be the progressive idea core of our movement. It should formulate close and far utopia. It should proclaim the most abstract values and ideas in a straightforward manner. And it should transport the intention to be the declaration of the freedom of the mind (example title). It should not deal with daily politics.
jh wrote:The "Principles of a pirate party" instead should be a catalog of do's and don'ts (and would, should,could,whatever) with the aim
a) to (help) constitute(-e/ing) a european pirate party (hopefully an acceptable (neutral?) umbrella for all european pirate parties)
b) to decide what a pirate party is and what not
It could contain sharper stances and be oriented towards current politics (e.g. a position regarding the planned european data retention).
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