We want to create the equivalent of a 'wikipedia for all good ideas', where all options are listed and compared side by side. We believe this is going to help people make better decisions, and help the best ideas spread faster.
In a sense it's kind of like building a 'Stack Overflow' for people from all walks of life, a 'general-purpose optimization-network'.
We're building using Open Source principles so our network can also provide a foundation for communities all over the world to create their own apps.
And because our system is built to list all potential solutions for any problem in any area, it can even be applied to itself. Meaning users and developers can be in constant discussion about what features they struggle with, want, or want modified. In other words we can use the tools we use to optimize everything, to optimize the tools we use to optimize everything.
We have a modest HTML 'demo' posted at Mockup.Lawgen.Org, which people can also find on our main page Lawgen.org. -Unfortunately, it's not smart phone friendly, but pictures are worth a thousand words so it's worth checking out. Lawgen.org also has a 'project manifesto', if people prefer reading.
We're looking for programmers of all kinds right now. We're using agile development instead of the 'waterfall' method, so if you're interested and know how to write code, or are even just willing to learn, we'd love to hear from you.
There's a few skills we know we need:
specialties in databases.
There's lots of other ways to help too, so if you think showing the world we could be making decisions using rational, egalitarian methods, or you find this project cool for any other reason, definitely let us know at TheLawgenProject@Gmail.com
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- Database Administration
- Mobile Programming
- Software Development
- Graphic Design
- Website Programming
- Web Design
Good Match For
Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment