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Landing Lights Island

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Island View

 

Lead Builder: Hiro Pendragon (SL)

 

Project Contact: Tom Lowenhaupt (Tom Ramona in SL, in RL a NYC Public Official)

 

Lead Class Contact: Jerry Paffendorf (SNOOPYbrown Zamboni in SL)

 

Abstract: Landing Lights Island is a 3D wiki that allows you to design and save the park that you'd like to see built in Queens, NY. In true wiki fashion, you will also be able to call up and edit other people's models of the park. The design project will interface with a democracy project that will select and promote a winning design, with a prospect that the design will actually get built!

 

Status Report: See the Other Landing Lights Pages below to review the project's status. Keep in mind that it's a wiki, so kick in your 2 bits. The Project Contact tries to maintains the Landing Lights Wiki in an orderly fashion. Contributions are sometimes moved, never deleted.

 

Key Function Areas

 

Voting/Decision Making

 

1. determining issues that must be voted upon

2. organizing the issues to be voted upon (order for voting)

2a. drafting voting language and terms

3. preliminary voting

3a. tallying up votes

3b. breaking a tied vote (if applicable)

3c. if still tied vote see dispute resolution section

4. additional proposals or amendments (see proposals/amendment section)

5. final vote

6. determining how to implement the decision made

 

function: Dispute resolution

 

1. identify disputed issue

2. discuss each side of the dispute

3. allow each side to voice reasons for dispute

4. allow each side to share additional information

5. assign neutral mediator

6. allow neutral mediator to resolve conflict

7. mediator interacts with policy maker

8. record and post dispute resolution debates

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