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Consumerium:Intermediate page format

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Consumerium intermediate page format suggested originally at Talk:Main_Page. This would be the style of pages in the Research Wiki/Content Wiki.

Two approaches are possible:

  1. ONLY this information would be processed into the Signal Wiki to become the Consumerium buying signal. If it's not on the intermediate page, it's not part of that signal! This focuses all editing attention on the intermediate page.
  2. Intermediate page is processed into ConsuML with other facts from other sources we did not assemble, if only to make sure we aren't responsible for checking them all. This combined source goes into the Signal Wiki to be edited last minute say by lawyers or potentially by some process that makes it easy for Consumerium Governance Organization to claim that it did what it was legally required to.

Elements of the intermediate page:

If your individual buying criteria are constructed strictly from those of factions, weighing them in some way, it becomes easy to decide what will be shown to you. This is called intermediate page because it is not in the final display form, but is sucked in to some program that generates the Consumerium buying signal, e.g. in Python to present on worn device.

See metaweb intermediate page for an idea of how an intermediate page should be constructed, though they are more likely to call their editor-groupings a phyle than a faction for reasons having to do with their mandate to extend w:Neal Stephenson's work.