๐ŸŽ†Chaos Motion

This page describes the design principles of Open Constitution Network's Deterministic Chaos Motion community consensus protocol.

The Open Constitution network community establishes a governance equilibrium with a deterministic Chaos consensus protocol.

Chaos Consensus Motion is a community consensus protocol.

Chaos: When the present determines the future, but the approximate present does not approximately determine the future.

Open Governance decisions influence or continue to influence the Foundation's roadmap, direction and active steering.

For Deterministic Chaos consensus, eligible conditions are that the chaos motion is applied to resolutions, whereby if a governance resolution is sensitive to its initial conditions, topologically transitive, and has characteristics of non-periodicity.

Chaos Consensus is designed for open governance which is contextual to multi-constitutional bodies or multi-project or multi-program. (dynamic systems, services, tools, exchange and resources.)

All Core Working Committee members, different Open Council body members, Ambassador Council members, or the Chancellor of the Executive Council can apply the Chaos Consensus motion.

Chaos Consensus Motion should not be applied to decisions which require immediate processing or those requiring emergency attention i.e. proposals or change requests which have already received a Privilege Motion.

Privilege Motion is generally applied by Council or Committee Chairs who have a strong reason to do so. Decisions are logged on the Open Constitution Governance System, with the Chaos Consensus Motion Protocol.

Custodian: Executive Council

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