Consumerium Services should meet extreme standards criteria in their internal operations, including:
- pair product rule: (valid proposals must name at least two sources + availability + price, whose product(s) meets the product specification - see detailed software requirements)
- short order filling times: e.g. "30 minutes or it's free", performance requirements of under 2 seconds at point of purchase
- extreme safety: e.g. protocol requirements, like "no molecule of dangerous substance is allowed to go in or out of this container"; "Gus Kouwenhoven is not allowed to sell anyone anything that gets past Consumerium buying signal with anything other than a red light"
- hardware requirements of total mobile robustness into extreme environments: flame / heat / temperature / flood / wind / explosion; any worn devices used must pass at least some of these
Consider also scorched earth-capable units, which destroy themselves upon unauthorized access, e.g. sysop vandalism which destroys articles that trolls care about, simply to demonstrate that the sysop power structure itself does not care about the articles, and will damage them, and the wiki mission, simply to anger and discourage those who actually do care, and try to discourage their participation entirely. Such tactics are part of extreme standards in military and other settings, but in the peace and nonviolence oriented setting of Consumerium Services it would be wiser to pursue more troll-friendly strategies and do extreme testing of potential Research Wiki sources, such as Wikinfo, Wikipedia and Disinfopedia. This may help test to destruction the sysop power structure which is doing such damage to the GFDL corpus.