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*The final step is assuring that the proposed [[Framework]] is economically viable.
 
*The final step is assuring that the proposed [[Framework]] is economically viable.
 
*An important follow-on to the creation of the [[Framework]] is proselytizing its acceptance by the community or, in other words, building out the [[Ecosystem]].
 
*An important follow-on to the creation of the [[Framework]] is proselytizing its acceptance by the community or, in other words, building out the [[Ecosystem]].
*The result needs to be resilient, so it is important that adapting to change is considered since no plan can possibly foresee the impact of the changes.
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*The result needs to be resilient, so it is important that adapting to change is considered since no plan can possibly foresee the full impact of the changes.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 14:09, 4 August 2018

Full Title or Meme

A mental image of the state of affairs of the world as we know it or as we would like it to be.

Context

  • Reasoning about the current state of affairs of the Ecosystem of users and computer on the internet.

Problems

  • It is difficult to even discuss fixing any problem if the parties to the conversation do not share a common model of the current state of affairs.
  • It is even better if there can be agreement about the state of affairs that all agree is best for the future.

Solutions

  • The General Theory of Living Systems is proposed as a theoretical model of looking at information handling systems working together in a common Ecosystem.
  • The current problem of discussion is how to build towards an ecosystem with Trusted Identities in Cyberspace while protecting the Privacy of User Private Information.
  • The first step is the creation of Trust among the parties exchanging information.
  • The next step is looking at the User Experience that is the desired result of implementing the this proposed Framework over the full lifetime of all interchanges among the parties.
  • The final step is assuring that the proposed Framework is economically viable.
  • An important follow-on to the creation of the Framework is proselytizing its acceptance by the community or, in other words, building out the Ecosystem.
  • The result needs to be resilient, so it is important that adapting to change is considered since no plan can possibly foresee the full impact of the changes.

References