Wiki:Resource accounting framework
The resource accounting framework (the RAC) enables resources to be contributed to an issue, or pledged to an issue.1 A resource is something of value in the issue such as agreement, money, labour or materials. This page is a stub. We hope eventually to finish it.
- Category:Account - Form and definition of resource accounts and superaccounts
- Category:Counting method - Definition
- Category:Pledge - Form and definition of resource pledges
- Property:Account name - How to name an account
- Property:Counting method - How to associate a counting method with an account
- Property:Pledge amount - How to quantify a pledge to a quantitive account
- Votorola/t - An architectural example of how the RAC relates to other facilities within the broader context of broad-based system guidance
- Date (2011-08-01) 2
- Form (Semantic MediaWiki) 3
- Origin (Votorola) 1
- Purpose (Stuff:Outcast)
- Stage (pre-alpha) 6
- ^ a b The original design sketch is by Michael Allan. Parts of the design follow from a Skype conversation between Christian Weilbach and Michael Allan in the summer of 2011. These include the tying of pledge flow to vote flow, and the rough outlines of in-branch superaccounting.
- ^ Dating from the first design sketch to describe superaccounts: http://reluk.ca/mediawiki/index.php?title=Category:Account&oldid=4148
- ^ Formalized as page properties within the pollwiki.
- ^ http://reluk.ca/project/votorola/_/javadoc/index.html?votorola/a/count/gwt/package-summary.html
- ^ http://reluk.ca/project/votorola/_/javadoc/votorola/s/gwt/scene/Scenes.html#toUseRAC%28%29
- ^ The RAC is implemented in parts of Votorola's user interface,4 but usually it is disabled.5 And currently the only resource that is actually counted on the vote-server is that of agreement, formalized as votes. Therefore the RAC is not yet alpha.