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ation of (df.CDL = Center for Collaborative Law)

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  1. (Secs = (secs = (1.sec = CommonAccord is a fundamentally decentrali(s/z = z)
    ed system. There is no need for a hub. The fit with decentrali(s/z = z)
    ed transacting platforms like blockchain is explored at Decentralized Law and the Blockchain. It is also light-weight. The current system is hosted on GitHub and presented via Heroku, for free, using accounts that anyone can open. The system can be installed privately by anyone, anywhere on a "LAMP" stack, or now on Docker. One can host files on any system, including Mediawiki. There is no technical need for a "center." )

  2. (2.sec = Law, however, is fundamentally social, and harmoni(s/z = z)
    ation of rules (codification) is one of its most ancient and effective methods. Some social and business problems require harmoni(s/z = z)
    ed solutions, and there is a large body of knowledge about legal codification and communities that do it well.)

  3. (3.sec = Accordingly, it seems useful to have an organi(s/z = z)
    ation, perhaps a "(df.CDL = Center for Collaborative Law)
    ," that will act as fiduciary for a (df.PDS = Cell)
    that is a set of materials for the global aspects of codification. This will be an assortment of legal forms, widgets, and software code, like the current site at commonaccord.org and github.com/commonaccord/Cmacc-Org.)

  4. (4.sec = As a starting point for discussion, the (df.CDL = Center for Collaborative Law)
    should be not-for-profit, based in civil society (rather than government), very light-weight, focused on supporting the community of coders, both legal and software. The "Cmacc" format should be submitted to a technical standards procedure. When a new parser is written, it should also be subject to a formal codification. Most of the rest should remain a matter of free choice and competition. )

  5. (5.sec = The (df.CDL = Center for Collaborative Law)
    's budget will likely be from donations, though micropayments could be explored. )



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