This section explains few design principles of Open Governance and decision making process in brief.
Muellners Foundation is a self governing organisation using decentralised and autonomous governance model. We use an open source project Serenity.
Statement on delegation of decision making to the community.
We must create a participative and socially inclusive community, which runs itself at a decentralised auto-governed state.
Foundation's community is a global think tank, which pursues open research for the betterment of humanity.
Members focus on the core of solving the challenges to humanity, with their contributions.
The decision making and community governance over change requests are solely vested in this Open Constitution, this in the hands of each human member.
Therefore, it is imperative that the Foundation members delegate management of decision Governance into a technology system, which is less and less centralised.
Foundation members organise themselves in a lateral structure.
Any member of the Foundation is eligible to be nominated to the Open Council.
Council memberships are voluntary and pro bono.
Council memberships are also term based to allow change of leadership.
Besides Open Council memberships, each project has a CWC, a core Work group that exists to ensure maintenance of projects & initiatives of the Foundation.
The subscribed membership activity is governed by a democratically elected Executive Council, adminstrative resolutions of which are vested in the Open Council, and maintained in effect by a judiciary system in the form of Open Tribunal.
The electoral process for all these constitutional bodies is maintained by the Election Council