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    Quote Originally Posted by spiraltarget View Post
    Hello, I signed up to TZM specifically to help write the code and design the system for a Global RBE ERP system. I am a professional DBA/Developer and have experience developing in Java, Python, and I also have experience with several database platforms most notably PostgreSQL. I feel any technologies used to build such a software stack should be FOSS (Free and Open Source). Is there an update for this? If not can we escalate this up the chain somehow so we can get some movement? I am still learning how the structure of TZM works. Thanks.
    Look at the thread 'programming project for beginners' just 3 lines below your thread.
    They are working on a game or simulation. ask to join their google team.
    i'm also working on some database, you can send me a private message if u are interested.

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    Thanks for replying I am working on CentralRPS (http://www.centralrps.org), I will try to hook into my local TZM chapter. I would like to work with the TMZ community, I feel it is essential for CentralRPS to be successful.

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    As a follow up I have emailed the leadership of the TZM PA Chapter to inquire about online meetings with them to engage the TZM community in my area (I reside in the US/Pennsylvania). I have gotten some interest in terms of people who are interested in the project, I am looking to fill lead positions so I encourage anyone to go to the www.CentralRPS.org web site and view the charter to see what I am looking for, you may also call me via our Skype number in the US (814-414-4088).
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    Great follow up, consistency, commutation. I'm on the line, real me in.....

    Might want to throw me back, the tech scope is above me, not to express that I haven't an interest. I know some basic things and I'm hear to learn, understand and teach what I know.... NLRBE educational theory, Human Resources, no?

    Instead of a top down structure.........

    Current Project Leads
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    Category Subject Leads
    Procurement
    open
    Production
    open...............and so on

    I would like to offer open system structure....

    I stead of project lead have that be the lead System..The lead system, pilot, navigator, co-pilot. Then redundancy, couple more in the cockpit with good and improving knowledge/experience. Then myself, I'll be #6 and sit in that extra fold down seat and listen..

    Redundancy, with five there will always be three at the controls. Consistency, with three at the controls there should be less detours and two should be able to land and re-up with another third...

    Let this(forum topic) be the first box of the projects system. The other box connect to this box..CentralRPS Charterhttp://centralrps.org/project/docs/C...RPSCharter.pdf

    When five are collaborating on the lead system, any of the lead systems two can detour extra resources to the next prioritized system, like education, human resources, commutations, infrastructure..

    first system with five, ten can be two systems. Of the ten collaborators any three have all the experience and knowledge to keep those systems fully operating... and so it goes..evolve/involve

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    RhythmAnarchy, thanks for the open systems theory video, I watched it this morning. I agree that would be a good structure for the project in terms of collaboration and communication. I need to do more research to see how it will work in terms of decision making. I feel it critical to maintain constant progress with the project, and fear stagnation can creep in if a decision making structure is not in place. I feel you make a valid point in terms of how I have it structured and I am going to look at it over the next couple days and think about how I can restructure the project organization. I used a top down structure because that is what I know, and I am very intrigued and excited by the concept using an open systems approach for running the project. I am hoping to have something by Friday if not sooner in terms of charter revisions.

    I would love to add you to the project charter in a role of some kind, I know you expressed apprehension due to the technical nature of the project but CRPS could use help in terms of building requirements for the application in relation to dynamic NLRBE environments, research, as well as in other areas.

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    Added myself already, replied to your box on the forum, commutations infrastructure.

    R'n'D,
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    Is massively collaborative mathematics possible?

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    CentralRPS is now called OpenRPS. I made a forum on the site to help foster a more open community. The new URL is www.OpenRPS.org. I also linked back to this thread in the charter. Please let me know thoughts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spiraltarget View Post
    The new URL is www.OpenRPS.org.
    Uhm, small note: background image of earth is with size of 1MB...

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    Cool. I am supplying this link as a resource tool for the python language mentioned. https://www.udemy.com/introduction-t...e=BY4mcHU2ngVg

    If there are other languages being used. Let me know. I'll find a resource guide for those as well if they exist. Once I get started with my schooling in Computer Science, I would be glad to assist. I also figure this will be good for aspiring programmers to get a little hands on experience, once they know what they have to learn.

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    OpenRPS is a great idea that deserves it's own thread in this forum - for starters. Of course the scale of OpenRPS would ultimately be so enormous that eventually the design discussions would dwarf this entire forum, but a dedicated thread seems like an appropriate beginning. I see there's a forum on the OpenRPS site and of course that should be used but I hope that this project will also stay visible and active here on this forum.

    I am not a programmer so I can't help much on the tech side, but I'll happily wag chin on other aspects of this massive task. Glad to see concern given to the decision-making process. There's a lot of group decision support tools around, here's a quick list: Best Decision Support Software | 2015 Reviews of the Most Popular Systems I haven't looked at any lately, but most will be commercial or unsuitable for some other reason. A couple years ago I tinkered with an old, open source Java app based on the very effective Delphi decision process, and I still think it has great potential to be a powerful tool although it needs some work. It's available here: Delphi Blue | SourceForge.net I had it running online on a free site for a while (Cloudbees) but the site business model changed and freeloaders were punted. So I know it can be made to work even in it's current clunky-as-hell form. A real programmer took up the challenge for a while and made significant progress, but that too faded away and I never followed up to find out what happened there.

    A couple thoughts on overall design approach - I wonder if it might be most effective to start right off from an energy accounting angle. Since any material thing can be described and valued in terms of the energy required to produce/use/recycle it, energy accounting provides the ultimate in scaleable foundations for resource management. So this would be the bottom-up approach. Or maybe it would be more immediately useful to consider the resource planning needs of a simple RBE proto-community still embedded in a monetary system, and build OpenRPS as a tool the community can use to manage resources as higher level categories such as labor, food, water, cash, steel, etc, basically the way a business or municipality would operate.

    Definitely one feature that will eventually be needed is some kind of meta-tool that can assemble and organize the many inventories and databases of resources that already exist. Also needed, at a much earlier stage, will be a statement of social values that guides the system in allocation when bottlenecks or other limitations occur. Enterprises have dollar value of resources to help weigh decision factors but of course that's not going to work in this case.

    Whatever direction OpenRPS takes, I'll be watching with interest and attempting to help when/if I can.
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    Behold the turtle, who only makes progress when he sticks his neck out. -A. Terrapin


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