The Time Has Not Yet Come

for the “Establishment (Errichtung)” of “The Society”.

Well, I have prepared the statutes (https://areasharpa.blog/2022/02/23/statutes-for-the-society/) and I have asked two friends, whether they would like to support “The Society” as chairman, secretary or cashier.

However, currently there is not enough interest.

Have a nice week,

Yours Christoph

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5 Responses to The Time Has Not Yet Come

  1. Yeti says:

    Am 27.02.22, 20:55 schrieb John Carlson :

    As an addendum, I have recently found cooperative (or more officially “coalition”) game theory—in addition to the previously mentioned discrete, continuous and differential (competitive) game theory. This was not previously mentioned in https://coderextreme.net/TurnTaking.html, which involved parallel and sequential turn taking, and not specifically anything about teams. Coalition game theory is about forming teams or sides (think projects or programs at work).

    It’s important to think about who is on a team. Individuals, family, church, consortium, county, state, nation , alliance or world. Often people become stuck in a religious or nationalistic mindset, if not egotistical. There’s a saying “Think Globally, Act Locally” (where Act might mean contribute or collaborate). Hence the name of “The Society.” As the internet and technology expands our circle, we have opportunities to collaborate with others.

    Just a few words. You may publish on your blog, Christoph.

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  2. Yeti says:

    On Sun, Feb 27, 2022 at 4:28 PM Christoph Valentin wrote:

    Thank you, John.

    It’s clear we see potential members in mankind of all colours, nations, languages, religions, sex, gender and so on, as long as they respect general human ethics (which are currently implemented by the U.N. charta of human rights), besides the necessary technological skills.

    All the best
    Christoph

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  3. Yeti says:

    Am 28.02.22, 01:01 schrieb John Carlson :

    Not to say USA is strictly that way, we have tournaments and track-and-field meets. Perhaps the Olympics or Paralympics in total might be the best metaphor. Collaboration is a bit like symbiosis.

    The world seems a bit stuck in national thinking .

    Hmm.

    John

    On Sun, Feb 27, 2022 at 5:40 PM John Carlson wrote:

    Here in USA, we don’t really have an opportunity for multi-way thinking, and I like to encourage it. It’s much better than pros and cons. Or us vs them, or me against the world, etc.

    John

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  4. Yeti says:

    On Sun, Feb 27, 2022 at 6:20 PM Christoph Valentin wrote:

    I think its alright, as it is.

    Austria was the first country in Europe, which was left by Soviet forces in 1955.

    As a price for leaving, the Soviets forced us to promise ever-lasting-neutrality.

    During the coming decades of the 20th century we learned to love our neutrality.

    The circumstances changed, when we joined the European Union in the ninetees (utilizing the temporary weakness of the bear).

    I guess Ukraine was supposed to take over our bridging function. However, this did not work out somehow………

    Let’s see, keep cool ………

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  5. Yeti says:

    For completeness:

    Article 12

    No one shall be subjected to arbitrary interference with his privacy, family, home or correspondence, nor to attacks upon his honour and reputation. Everyone has the right to the protection of the law against such interference or attacks.


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    Am 28.02.22, 02:11 schrieb Christoph Valentin :

    The right for privacy is an article of the declaration of human rights.

    A friend of mine is interested in “subject oriented programming”, which might help to implement satisfying privacy into our computer systems (my guess).


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    Am 28.02.22, 02:03 schrieb John Carlson :

    Competition is okay. Monopoly is not healthy. People should be able to easily opt-out if they are concerned about privacy. There should be global settings on the browser or OS for privacy. These settings should be tracked in a secure time series database (with triggers).

    Maybe in our travels with collaborative systems, we should note privacy as an important feature.

    I would be interested in your thoughts on James Jani.

    On Sun, Feb 27, 2022 at 6:45 PM Christoph Valentin wrote:

    Anyway. Competition is nothing bad, if all stick to the same rules and if the rules are just (i.e. in line with human rights)


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    Am 28.02.22, 01:36 schrieb John Carlson :

    It used to be that professional athletes (paid) were not allowed in the Olympics. No more.

    On Sun, Feb 27, 2022 at 6:34 PM Christoph Valentin wrote:

    This would end up in the victory for the wealthiest……..


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    Am 28.02.22, 01:32 schrieb John Carlson :

    Maybe I can think of a better Olympics where members of a team come from several nationalities, like someone from USA competing for China. I think this had happened more than once, especially with football.

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