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2019mmdd.0.0.9-ci

This prototype site may change frequently prior to 0.1.0 launch on a platform stack yet to be determined. (Refresh for freshness.) See the About page. If you like white papers the Earth Compact 2020 document is a good introduction on humus.io governance.

The nonĀ­profit mission of humus.io is to connect all humans to a common resource management system. (CRMS)

In the real world we know for certain that it is physically impossible to manage earth and human resources, responsibly and equitably, without first understanding how our unique individual inputs and outputs impact one another relative to the ecosystem we are born into, and from where we all too quickly disappear.

"You can't manage what you can't measure."

Before the digital age of network computing humans lacked the technology to significantly improve on state/market monetization secrecy schemes of imposed scarcity and structural violence. Now, more than at any other time in our short history, we have both an urgent socioeconomic security crisis and a most critical environmental imperative to use our best technology to open source a global public decision-making platform for fair access and accountability at humus scale.

CRMS Requisites:

    • P2P hardware protocol
    • P2P software protocol
    • P2P i/o resource ledger protocol
    • P2P i/o participation ledger protocol
    • P2P governance protocol

humus.io seeks to address seven key variables in our complex ecosystem of myriad nodes of inputs and outputs, for collaborating on how we might interface these relationships most functionally.

Prior to the turn of the 21st century the World Bank recognized four fundamental elements of protocol necessary for sustainable ecology:

    1. Open access to information.
    2. Inclusion and participation.
    3. Accountability for resource management.
    4. Organizational capacity for governance.

Today it is technically trivial to build an open source CRMS that provides universal, participatory, fair access to resources, and full public accountability for socioeconomic security. This is not a computing problem. It is a human organizational capacity problem.

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