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This page helps specify LivingPlatform.CA itself. It is the current list of menus that are visible to the right for all users including anonymous user?s. __THIS IS A TIKIWIKI-SPECIFIC CONSTRUCT THAT SHOULD NOT EXIST. NONETHELESS, IT DOES. LEAVE IT HERE.

See using LivingPlatform.CA for the best overview of the implications of the entire menu set for the anonymous user. All users see the following, which are a subset of all registered modules when fully expanded. For the registered user see all registered modules and using LivingPlatform.CA logged in as with its many variants.

The table of contents mimics the visible menus exactly:



using LivingPlatform.CA


This structure implements using LivingPlatform.CA. It is a subset ofusing LivingPlatform.CA logged in as which uses all registered modules instead.

for the first time


_for_the_first_time menu? is the top four or five pages new users should see,
about Open Politics
about Living Platform
about LP clients?
GPO
GPC_EC?
recent changes

you can

research
core issues
all party platform comparison charts
all citizen initiatives
all party positions
voting records, i.e. TWFY.ca
open politics theory
posted {menu id=53}
policy positions
recent issues
recent LP changes
recent RSS changes
recent web changes
proposed
all citizen initiatives
all party positions
all NGO positions
list of issues
published
all party platform comparison charts
all candidacies
expert opinions
predicted
future election results
person
LP user
profiled person
federal MP
major municipal official
leader
ambassador
place
role
play
jobs
learn {menu id=49}
jurisdiction
bioregion
source
authority
platform
party
NGO
terms
LP itself
anything

find

This fits between learn and ask in the command grammar because it's more active than learn but more passive than find. Despite the fact that the tikiwiki findpage? prompt is in the header? not the right column, it is nonetheless an LP control?, and one that is supported in the LP command grammar?. A sentence including the word "find" should work as it does.

ask

This is not yet implemented. The _you_ask menu? is also from the perspective of "you", it's second person. It is things that you ask? about, answered by someone else.

Since the most easily answered questions are about LP, most of these could also just be in the module which explains some things from LP's own editorial perspective. The word "browse" does not make a claim to be from any LP client's POV or editorial perspective, but this does. It is "our own best answer". In the long run, this will be become a full answer recommendation system, equivalent to a good political search engine.

It will take any question whatsoever, as some already do. It might route the question to a human being in some cases.

By 2006 this should work. It is an interface to the FAQs, which will meantime be in the you_ask embedded HTML menu?.

I will


This is not the _I_will menu, that is for registered users, see all registered modules. This is presently implemented with the module named "I'll".

Every commit verb is here, so this could be "I commit to", but, "will" is more imperative and much shorter, and implies the will power? behind the decision, at least in English.

volunteer {menu id=46}
todo
train
teach
coordinate
synchronize
manage
inspire
lead
propose
publish
predict
join {menu id=50}
initiative
petition
protest
party
faction
campaign
(civil) appeal
(law) suit
sign
buy

By 2007? this converges with the My LP embedded HTML menu?.

The equivalent for Registered Users is the _I_will menu. It would include only those elements that actually were subject to customizing. If the terminology "I can" is retained it should name only a fully integrated list of everything "I can? do" with no permission? with anyindividualized menu? elements all clearly marked.

we may


we may (do generic actions as a group)

lobby {menu id=51}
representative
immigration
legislator
regulator
corporation
religion
agency
city
bank
campaign
globally
federally
provincially
municipally
ratify
vote

By 2007? this converges with the Our LP embedded HTML menu?.

The equivalent for Registered Users is the _we_may menu converges with the common core of all LP client specific module?s, e.g. _for_GPO?. It would include only those elements that actually were subject to customizing. If the terminology "we may" is retained it should name only a fully integrated list of group actions that "we may? perform as a group", customized and not, with client menu? elements all clearly marked as such. Someone who works with multiple LP clients can choose separate "modes" or a single integrated menu with them all.

exit to


large public wiki
wikinfo.org?
wikitravel.org?
political wiki
libertarianwiki.org?
sourcewatch.org
news source
bbc.co.uk?
indymedia.org?
csmonitor.com?
guardian.co.uk?

This is where our recommended external links go. This might be collapsible as there might be a lot of these.


This is a derived work? of the living ontology and so is under the CC-by-nc-sa controlled by the ECG - not the CC-by license. This applies to most LP:controls that are not part of tikiwiki itself?.




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