Consudev:Contributor interests are not the essential projects, interesting projects, hardware requirements or protocol requirements. Just because two or more people share an interest in something doesn't mean that Consumerium Services must become a testbed for it! See Consumerium Concepts for what directly impacts the services themselves.
Disclaimer: Consumerium:Contributor interests are declared voluntarily and do not imply any membership in the Consumerium Social Club or any faction supporting or promoting any of the interests or technologies below. Consumerium isn't a place for pro-technology propaganda. No sanction will apply to those who do not declare their interests, or don't care to contribute to any community point of view on them. The Lowest Troll will bite anyone on the leg who tries to advance technologies or concepts just because some contributors like them, as opposed to proving they are necessary and actually meet performance requirements and protocol requirements.
by subject(s) of interest:
- 1 wikitext standard
- 2 applied math
- 3 real life
- 4 economics
- 5 trade
- 6 project evolution
Wiki code development
- Juxo (I'm not really technically oriented, but I try to pitch in)
Company interrelation mining from the internet would be of great interest. This information could not directly be included but used to guide Researchers more efficiently.
I don't think we are going for distributed database approach, but multi-wiki import-export and synchronization is of interest, which is sort of related to distributed databases
office information systems
Cookbook (Wikibook.org project), Kitchenblogs...
commodity markets, Stock markets, Pensions funds, Currency markets, employability, unemployment, GDP vs. NDP vs. ecological yield vs. nature's services, role of capital (economics) in accounting standards, accounting reform and monetary reform
What is w:information asymmetry
What is w:price discrimination?