Right to Inclusion

This page explains Open Constitution's "Right to Inclusion" community consensus protocol design.
Open Constitution provides grounds for a fundamental "Right to Inclusion".
At times members may find each other at odds. A member may feel that their community proposal did not receive enough attention from the collective intelligence.
"Each member has a right to be included in the decision making of the Open Constitution initiatives."
To activate "Right to Inclusion", the eligible conditions are:
  1. 1.
    Member has floated a community proposal.
  2. 2.
    The community proposal was NOT subscribed by the Project CWC.
  3. 3.
    Community Proposal is "Inactive" and associated change request is presently "Expired". If the members feels that their community proposal did not receive a representation and then a member can activate "Right to Inclusion" at this stage.
Right to Inclusion is a community consensus protocol.
This community consensus protocol is designed to activate a member or a group of member(s) right to be heard on a project's steering decision.