Web Credibility Ongoing Initiatives

W3C CredWeb Fellows,

I'm very honored to be part of this imprescindible "Internet Reliability
Engineering <https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reliability_engineering>
Task-Force (IRETF)", which seems to me to be as important now as The
Internet Engineering Task-Force (IETF) since the 1980's.

For our common purpose, I would like to request your review of the
following ongoing web credibility initiatives, policies, and reliability
technological platforms that have already developed many online solutions
that are imprescindible for us at credweb:
• Knowledge Policies <https://www.societylibrary.org/policies> of The
Society Library;
• List of e-Voting, Deliberation, and e-Democracy Projects
<https://democracy.foundation/similar-projects> of The Democracy Foundation;
• Helios Voting <https://vote.heliosvoting.org>;
• Towards a Legal Framework for Platform Cooperatives: Potential and
by The European University Institute;
• Open Law <https://www.openlaw.io> cryptocurrency; &
• Aragon <https://aragon.org> cryptocurrency-based open governance.

I believe the ways these projects try to establish an e-democracy platform
for rule of law <https://worldjusticeproject.org> regulatory compliance
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regulatory_compliance> certifications of
credibility, preferably through transparent open justice
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Open_justice> and open law,
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Openlaw> can be an important inspiration for
the  coherence of our mission. And for all of that, we would need a legal
semantic ontology, as LexData <https://lexdata.org>. One good methodology
to intertwine all these instances may be that of cultural diplomacy

Thank you for all your efforts for the common good. If I made any mistakes,
please correct me. May we have a wonderful journey multiplying benefits for
those we love and the whole planet.

Prof. Felipe Ribeiro
+5511999770055 <http://wa.me/5511999770055>◇@operarioribeiro

Received on Thursday, 2 November 2023 04:21:20 UTC