Vilfredo goes to Athens, or just Vilfredo, is an eDemocracy project that tries to use mathematics to help people reach consensus on an open question. The demo website is available at demo.vilfredo.org

The source code is available at: https://github.com/fairdemocracy/vilfredo-core (for the server-side API core) and https://github.com/fairdemocracy/vilfredo-client (for a web client that uses core API).

You can get a free API key and develop a new client if you don't like ours, or you can download the vilfredo-client and get a free API key to use Vilfredo as your private client instance, or download both and build your own infrastructure. Also we plan to re-launch www.vilfredo.org with the new version.

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Vilfredo & other tools for decision making (session documentation)

The slides of the talk are available.

Coordinating action within a group has often been difficult or problematic. 

What doesn't work

Various people have tried to build tools that are scalable and versatile, but this hasn't been all that useful: different scales need different aproaches and so we need a tool that is optimised for the scale we want to work at.

Work in Progress: Video Tutorial of Vilfredo

We are trying to make a tutorial for Vilfredo. We have already a short tutorial in Italian … . There are also several video that present Vilfredo in English.
But we now would like to make a more professional, short and focused, tutorial. Something that in few minutes explains the whathow and why of Vilfredo. We are right now gathering ideas on a google doc. And you can access those plans here. The tutorial would be composed of several short video. Each from 2 to 12 minutes long. And each explaining a single concept.

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Work in Progress: Video Tutorial of Vilfredo

We are trying to make a tutorial for Vilfredo. We have already a short tutorial in Italian … . There are also several video that present Vilfredo in English.
But we now would like to make a more professional, short and focused, tutorial. Something that in few minutes explains the whathow and why of Vilfredo. We are right now gathering ideas on a google doc. And you can access those plans here. The tutorial would be composed of several short video. Each from 2 to 12 minutes long. And each explaining a single concept.

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Vilfredo & other tools for decision making (session documentation)

The slides of the talk are available.

Coordinating action within a group has often been difficult or problematic. 

What doesn't work

Various people have tried to build tools that are scalable and versatile, but this hasn't been all that useful: different scales need different aproaches and so we need a tool that is optimised for the scale we want to work at.

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