February 2023

8 February 2023

Group Discussion:

The members engaged in a profound discussion on the concept of global community and sovereignty. The main points of the discussion are outlined below:

  1. Global Community: The members agreed that we are, first and foremost, a global community, i.e., inhabitants of a single world. Our local, national, or state identities are secondary and derived from our primary identity as global citizens.

  2. Sovereignty: The members discussed the concept of sovereignty, traditionally associated with states. However, the team proposed that sovereignty could also be held by a private entity or an individual (referred to as the 'Self').

  3. Fear and Expansion: The members criticized the notion of expanding one's culture or governance from a local to a global level, describing it as a fear-driven process. They called for an end to such fear-based living.

  4. Foresightedness: The members emphasized the importance of being mindful of our words and actions and creating space for the dependent actions of others. They advocated for the use of foresightedness in our interactions.

6 February 2023

Group Discussion:

The members discussed the importance of simplifying the governance literature, intellectual property rights and digital contracts, laid down by the Foundation for the self-governance of the AI network. The critical points of the discussion are as follows:

  • Simplifying the literature will help keep the community informed.

  • This will create best practices and possibly reduce misinterpretation of governance literature.

  • This can avoid confusing standpoints on the same material.

  • The process may also leave appropriate documentation standards.

  • The members plan to continue deploying automation policies on the network's systems.

Intellectual Property Rights

  • The Foundation's brand rights are registered as assignable Intellectual Property (IP).

  • The governance of these rights, specifically in reference to the trademark "Muellners", is managed through the Founder's Trust deed. This is applicable when the Muellners Foundation acts as the Trustee and has derived rights to the Open Constitution bodies.

  • More literature on this topic is also published alongside the Open Constitution license initiative, which undergoes another public review this year.

Digital Contracts on Open Constitution Network

  • This principle of assignable brand rights of the Foundation, as a registered IP, is incorporated in all active digital contracts on the Open Constitution AI network from 2023 onwards.

3 February 2023

Group Discussion:

The members discussed the recent endorsement of the Muellners Foundation as an official Activate Provider. This enables startups to access Cloud Computing credits, Business Support, and exclusive SaaS offers. The benefits offered to startups in the Foundation's portfolio include:

- $25,000 in AWS Activate Credits valid for two years
- 1 year of AWS Business Support (up to $5,000)

The team also discussed integrating AWS eligibility conditions into the OC network's activation process workflow for Startup tenancy.

They suggested that the community might need mentors to evaluate fintech startup applications.

Applications are being registered at the following link: Startup Tenancy

The members are also using a space to build a Knowledge base for startups in the community to self-organise and activate benefits at different stages.

This includes third-party benefits on an auto-provisioning basis, such as secret keys accessible through API and trust keys on the Open Bank portal.

A user manual for Startup Tenancy has also been published.

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